The Poor Coping Skills of Adoptive Parent's Anger
When an individual is faced with personal inadequacy, they prefer the emotion of anger, to blame someone else instead.
The psychological law and theory of "Cognitive Dissonance" proves this point in every selfish action, self-serving behavior and emotionally scarring decision to act on impulse to punish another.
The emotion of anger is a choice, No person can force another person to feel the emotion of anger. Although anger is preferred by most persons to feeling personally inadequate, which is a
psychological blow to the individual's Ego.
"Emotional Regulation" is NOT verbally taught to children by their parents, It Is learned by the child watching his parent's reactions to life, situations and circumstances.
A child's behavior does not personally diminish their parent's sense of self for personal importance, value, or power.
Why Parent's Get Angry at their Kids
By Psychology Today Writer Steven Stosny, PhD