Although in our culture children are supposed to accept guidance from adults, almost all rebel from time to time to show their independence. However, few seem to be in constant conflict with authority figures, they argue, but apparently no reason. They do not know what it means to cooperate and are aggressive and competitive.
The child and adolescent rebels, they love to run everything. For adults they represent the main obstacle to occupy his position of command and since the beginning rejected their relative dependence on them. Almost all children are reassured that they have the guidance of adults, in contrast to the rebellious child, discomfort.
Maintains a negative attitude but not useful. His expressions of anger do not disappear. He uses his emotions to show their stubbornness. Not realize how inappropriate their behavior appears to others. Is more interested in claiming their alleged rights, which control their negative attitude. Prefer to compete but to cooperate. Racing is exciting. No one knows who will win, he likes to test their skills with others.
Although competition tends to become excessive it can cause aggression and insensitivity to the needs of others and prevent them notice the benefits of cooperating with others. Decide what is right or wrong, according to the consequences of their actions.
In general, adolescents who have matured, they distinguish between what is right and what is bad reasoning from higher than those of a rebellious teenager. His stubbornness and selfishness, makes them see things only from their point of view. His insistence on judging their actions by their consequences and not from solid reasons causes many arguments between parents and children.
Not react well to normal disciplinary measures. As the rebellious child only sees things from their point of view, he gives a very ‘personal rewards and punishments received. They know that older people have trouble understanding their behavior, so take advantage of the control that raised when trying to manipulate others.