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Violent Personality Traits
Violent personality traits vary from person to person. Teens who are exhibiting early violent personality traits are likely to continue experiencing worsened stages of aggression and violence. This article includes signs of violent personality traits and treatment options for violent teens.
If you think your teen is showing violent personality traits, it is important to get them help right away through some level of treatment or counseling. Teens tend to express themselves through a variety of mediums as they discover their interests, so just because they tend to gravitate toward watching violent movies or playing extreme video games, does not mean they are prone to violent personality traits. However, it is important to monitor these interests and behaviors to make sure they don't get worse.
Signs of violent personality traits:
Treatment options for teens with violent personality traits:
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