A child's aggressive behavior is learned behavior, so it can be modified. In early childhood, aggressiveness is unconscious and manifests itself with biting and pushing. Around the age of 3, the child is more active and shows his aggressiveness by destroying and hitting, impulses that he cannot control.
When the child is old enough to put himself in the place of others, show empathy, one must learn to suppress aggressiveness. In this video, you can find some tips to help children overcome aggressive behavior.
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