Troubled Teens and Hiding Emotional Pain with Rage

Troubled Teens and Hiding Emotional Pain with Rage 


C.A.R.E. is an array of licensed residential treatment centers providing programs for troubled teens who are hiding emotional pain with rage . At C.A.R.E., we assemble a team of specialists who take the time to listen and thoroughly understand your teen’s health issues and concerns. We tailor the care your child receives to his or her personal health care needs. The safety of our students is foremost and our professionals will work closely with your teenager to provide security. Parents can trust our specialists to collaborate and offer families the best possible outcomes and service. For more information, please call 866-492-9215.

Teens become angry for numerous reasons and express these feelings in a variety of ways, but they all have in common the struggle of experiencing a painful emotion and not knowing how to manage it. Unacceptable expressions of anger turns into rage and can have serious consequences for troubled teens, fortunately most of them have the capacity to learn better ways of coping.

Hiding underneath the rage are often painful emotions such as hurt, frustration or sadness that troubled teens try to avoid or are not aware they are feeling. When a teenager is acting out their anger with rage, it is imperative for the teen to get in touch with what is driving this emotional pain and learn how to express or discharge it in better ways.

Ways for Troubled Teens to Cope with Emotional Pain

   Participate in physical activities

   Hit a punching bag
   Involvement in sports and other exercise
   Take a timeout
   Get into music
   Identify triggers to anger
   Creatively express angry feelings
   Writing and drawing

Parents, if you have a child with uncontrollable anger issues and would benefit from getting to the root of their anger and learn ways to manage emotional pain, we can help. We teach adolescents how to prevent anger from turning into rage. Keep in mind that uncontrolled rage is sometimes associated with mental health disorders in troubled teens and C.A.R.E. schools and programs provides a safe place to explore this difficult emotion. Our Admissions Specialist is ready to receive your call at 866-492-9215.

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