Children are barometers of the chaos that exists within their lives. If a child’s internal and external lives are proving emotionally gregarious, then life can prove personally limitless. However, if life is proving egregious in nature, then all forms of life may feel personally bleak and without personal merit.
WHAT IS THE CAUSATION OF SCHOOL VIOLENCE?
Children who act out violently are frequently displaying signs of desperation. Desperation may be fueled by a child feeling excluded, judged, disrespected, disapproved, disavowed, or unloved.
Acts of school violence have left many with feelings of frustration, indifference, and a feeling that schools utterly are incompetent. The reality is, school administrators, teachers, parents, and students themselves are feeling hopeless and desperate to bring normalcy to the academic process.
Anger is most commonly the root cause of school violence. What is anger? Anger is a strong emotional response to a situation, event, circumstance, or person. It is this displeasure with life at school, in their home, or globally.
*The views expressed by our authors are personal opinions and do not necessarily reflect the views of the CCPA