Problems with anger management can be very detrimental to a child’s social development. No one likes to be with someone who is angry all of the time, or someone who expresses anger in inappropriate ways.
With each passing year we expect more complex social skills from teens. Every teen will be confronted with different kinds of peer pressure, the desire to date and form more intimate relationships, and the need to interact with adults in different circumstances, such as the workplace. Many parents describe their teens as moving away from them as they grow older, but in fact most teens continue to seek advice from their parents, as well as form helping professionals. as they navigate the maze of social expectations.