Prototype for “Protesting”

Exercising outer control – Losing control

Often associated with Presented Concerns such as: beating, blowing up, defending, defying, denying, fights, hyperactivity, imposing, insulting, lack of self-control, losing control, manipulating, melting down, misbehaving, neglecting, opposing, outburst, pressuring, protesting, regressive behavior, resisting injustice, restlessness, self-protecting, yelling, hitting, Bitterness exasperation fury indignation irritation madness outburst resentment temper violence blowup explosion ire storm tantrum upset rage swearing fighting excluding judging intolerance tolerating differences correcting commanding temper

Prototype for “Counter-attacking” (a)

Attacking – Counterattacking

Often associated with Presented Concerns such as: attacking, counterattacking, frustration management anger management beating, blowing up, defending, defying, denying, fights, hyperactivity, imposing, insulting, lack of self-control, losing control, manipulating, melting down, misbehaving, neglecting, opposing, outburst, pressuring, protesting, regressive behavior, resisting injustice, restlessness, self-protecting, yelling, hitting, Bitterness exasperation fury indignation irritation madness outburst resentment temper violence blowup explosion ire storm tantrum upset rage swearing fighting temper

Prototype for “(Counter) Attacking” (b)

Disqualifying or invalidating response – Attacking or hitting

Often associated with Presented Concerns such as: frustration management anger management beating, blowing up, defending, defying, denying, fights, hyperactivity, imposing, insulting, lack of self-control, losing control, manipulating, melting down, misbehaving, neglecting, opposing, outburst, pressuring, protesting, regressive behavior, resisting injustice, restlessness, self-protecting, yelling, hitting, Bitterness exasperation fury indignation irritation madness outburst resentment temper violence blowup explosion ire storm tantrum upset rage swearing fighting temper

Prototype for “Caving”

Tolerating aggression (caving) – Attacking

Often associated with Presented Concerns such as: abandoningaggressionattackingbeatingblowing updefendingdefyingdominatingfightingfightsfury, insisting, giving ingiving uphittingimposinginsultingirritationmanipulatingminimizingmissing learningprotectingrageself-protectingstormsubmittingswearingthreateningthreatstoleratingupsetviolencewithdrawingyelling, temper, pushing

TIPHIP Pr2

Slightly different PIPs possibly feeding “protesting” (b)

Protesting PIPs (b)
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Go to prototypical "Protesting" reflectogram

Slightly different PIPs possibly feeding “protesting” (a)

Protesting PIPs (a)
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Prototype for “Frustration and Anger”

Disqualifying or invalidating response – Attacking or hitting

Often associated with Presented Concerns such as: frustration management anger management beating, blowing up, defending, defying, denying, fights, hyperactivity, imposing, insulting, lack of self-control, losing control, manipulating, melting down, misbehaving, neglecting, opposing, outburst, pressuring, protesting, regressive behavior, resisting injustice, restlessness, self-protecting, yelling, hitting, Bitterness exasperation fury indignation irritation madness outburst resentment temper violence blowup explosion ire storm tantrum upset rage swearing fighting

Some ideas that could foster “Exercising inner control” (#1)

  • “My child rejects outer control (maybe he wants to learn how to self-control)”
  • “Her misconduct is a form of protest against maltreatment”
  • “Controlling oneself is not easy: it requires a lot of practice and support”
  • “Children have a natural need/desire for autonomy”
  • “Her protest is a call for help”

Some “truths” linked to “losing control” (#1)

  • “Kids should always comply with their parents”
  • “Kids are unable to self-control”
  • “My daughter wants to manipulate (or control) me”
  • “My child is bad”
  • “My child is defiant”
  • “My child has ODD (oppositional defiant disorder)”
  • “He is just like his father; it’s genetic”
  • “I was the same as a kid”
  • “I must intervene; If I let them alone, they will kill each other”