When you are being aggressive, you make a grand display of your feelings, e.g. make a big fuss over studying for a test, when you've hurt your finger or when you've done well at school. You vomit your angry feelings all over others - you yell at other kids, shout at your family, break and throw things, physically hurt, kick and punch others. You might be upset, but you don't realise the toxic impact of your emotions as they explode over other people. Whether you're a target or bully, you can be aggressive at home and provocative at school, making things worse. When you're aggressive, others will become angry or scared. They will back away or retaliate. Aggressive children abuse their power and make the situation worse.

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