Anger: When Adults Act Like Children—and Why. Without doubt, anger is the most powerful—and regressive—“cover-up.” Posted Feb 23, 2016. SHARE.
When we're faced with an adult tantrum, we don't In the future, the friend will probably continue acting this way because they know it gets them When someone acts like a child, you end up having to treat them like one.
A child is “acting out” when they exhibit unrestrained and often improper behavior . lead to acting out are more common in adults and older teenagers. behavior, sometimes subconsciously, to deal with a sensitive issue.
If you spend time with a 2-year-old, you can easily see their inner child play out — they are full of joy in the moment and tell you directly what.