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violence and abusive language - February 28th 2013, 11:16 PM

Is it wrong to get angry because my parents are punishing more than my brother and sister for doing nothing wrong
   
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Re: violence and abusive language - March 1st 2013, 06:22 PM

Hello, and welcome to TeenHelp!

Just to clarify, since the title of your thread is "violence and abusive language," are you saying that YOU are violent and use abusive language when you are angry? Or is this something your parents are doing to you (and aren't doing to your brother/sister)?

No, it is not wrong to experience anger when an injustice has occurred. That's a perfectly normal emotion, and you can't help how you feel. What you CAN help is how you deal with that anger - so if your response is to be violent or curse at people, that's not okay. I asked my clarifying questions first because, depending on your response, the type of advice members offer will be very different.






   
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