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Teen Stress And Searching For Solutions

By Janine Jensenoris

Teen stress is the number one cause of teenage illness in the world. It can lead to damaging psychological and physical issues that may not be readily apparent. Ulcers can be exacerbated by this problem and there is frustration on the part of the parents.

There are anger management treatment programs that can help get to the root cause of this stress and help teenagers deal with their anxiety in a more positive light. Parents understand the mood swings teens experience while going through the transition to adulthood, but it does not have to lead to anger and more stress.

Teens are going through a period of adjustment. They are leaving behind their childhood and making the transition into adulthood where there are new expectations and responsibilities.

Searching For Reasons

Child anger over a broken toy or argument with their best friend can give way to teens who lash out with drug and alcohol abuse. The internal pressures of school and their social network begin to take control of their lives. A teen may say one thing, but a different, more confusing emotion may be boiling on the inside and they do not know how to properly express their anguish.

Communication breakdown is the number one reason behind teen stress and their inability to manage anger. The feelings of being locked within and not knowing why they are angry can be extremely frustrating.

Internal Strife

They may or may not know why they are feeling so much stress and anger. You as a parent or family member may be responding to their outward behavior rather than focusing on the internal strife that is happening. Adults can rarely identify why they are feeling the way they are, and many do not know how to overcome this hurdle. Teens are no different.

Are teens aware that they are in need of anger management courses? No, probably not since most would attribute their anger towards another person rather than direct it inwards.

OK To Be Angry Sometimes

It is always easier to blame someone else than to take the blame onto your own self. Realization is the first step towards helping your teen overcome their rage. You have to teach them that it is okay to be angry sometimes.

You absolutely must find a psychologist, counselor or anger treatment program that knows how to deal with teen stress. There may be more serious underlying issues that are sparking off the anger or stress issues.

You do have to help your teenager through this difficult time. Try to be understanding of the situation and help them attend their counseling sessions on a regular basis. Otherwise, you will have wasted everyone’s time and your teen could spiral out of control.

About the Author:
Janine Jensenoris is a popular author of dating articles including Adult Personals, Blind Dating, Chat Websites, Real Friends, Adult Party Favors, Conversation Starters, Abusive Relationships, Difficult People, Social Skills Lessons, Marriage Crisis.
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More Relationship Facts....

How does anger affect teenagers?
Anger and teenagers can seem to go hand in hand. Adults naturally expect teens to have some sort of anger problem due to their hormones but that is not always the case. Teenagers are under a lot of stress due to their changing roles in this world.

They are no longer children and given the same leeway and they are not adults with adult freedoms. It can be stress from work, school and personal relationships that manifest itself in anger issues that cause their home life and relationships to suffer as well as their physical and mental health.

How can I seek out help for my anger or for someone I love?
The first thing you do not want to do is to confront them when they are in the middle of a rage. Nothing is going to be accomplished at this point besides an escalation of the problem. If the anger is being directed at you, or if you feel threatened, you need to remove yourself from the situation.

Wait until the person is calm and then bring up the idea of treatment. Speak from the "I" standpoint and point out how the person is making you feel when they display such overwhelming anger.

Be prepared for denial and even anger by having someone else there to help diffuse the situation. You can also help by seeking out a professional to help you confront the person and get them the help that they need to recover.