1. It makes you look like a loose canon and the message doesn’t get across to your child.
2. You’re clearly out of control, but yelling doesn’t change anything either. And it frightens them, like when it used to frighten us as a child.
3. Yelling at your kids, makes them feel scared and insecure. It’s comes across too aggressive and intimidating.
4. An expression of anger, and I’m sure you wouldn’t want your child to pick that up. (Imagine your child, yelling when he/she is angry. What would you say to him/her in return?)
5. Yelling can induce long term effects. Low self- esteem, anxiety or increased aggression towards others are to name a few.
There are many more long term effects. Either way none of them are healthy or positive for you, your children and your family.