This shares about how to deal with mean and nasty children with bipolar disorder. If you a parent it is hard to deal with children who are extremely nasty and mean. One main suggestion is to know that a mental illness does not always make the situation easy or simple to understand. Your child might be unable to understand that you are trying hard to help them. They may also not know that their anger is harming them as much as it is impacting you.
One key part of helping children who are mean and nasty is to set strong boundaries and limits. This includes clearly explaining what the punishment will be if they are acting very nasty and aggressive. You may also benefit from having someone to help you and give you an outlet for the problems you are feeling.
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