The good news is, once we make updates, you’ll be able to use the site just like you did before! Keep up to date with us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram!Thank so much for your patience and for being part of our movement for good.Dwelling on violent thoughts or playing out violent fantasies mentally on a regular basis can lead to the actual act of violence.Related to playing out fantasies is actually planning out acts of violence.” or “How do you feel after watching so many people get injured? If your child has been violent or a victim of violence, provide them with a safe place to express their feelings. If needed, give them factual information to dispel any misconceptions.Give information at age appropriate levels and put events into context.
The annoying part is that it means you can't access Do until we make updates to comply with the GDPR.
No one answer to what causes teen violence The fact of the matter is that there is no way to directly point to one cause in most cases of teen violence.
Because human beings are complex entities, and because there are usually many different factors that come into play, most experts prefer to refer to possible causes as risk factors, rather than actual causes.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, teen violence can also be caused by frustration due to learning disorders, emotional distress, or attention deficits (1).
In some cases teens do not know how to appropriately channel their frustrations and act out in anger as a form of release.
Actually making a plan can be one of the catalysts that actually causes the teen to take a violent step.