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This may sound bad, but it may not take long before your destructive child gets the picture.

First. Do not punish the other kids for the actions of the one who is acting out in anger. Be sure the other children have their toys. Keep the toys in a place where they will safe, even if you have to resort to a box in your bedroom and when your child wants a toy, you get it for them.

As for the child with the destructive behavior. Take all of his toys away. Tell him he cannot play with ANY toys until he learns how to respect the toys, and those beloning to others. Obviously he does not understand that respecting property is necessary in life.

If you continue to allow this behavior, you will regret what happens when he gets into his teen years and beyond.

You may also get help from the school psychologist or your family doctor.

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