Living next to a family with children, we have become worried about the way the parents treat their children. Although having thought about the increasing violence among young people in Britain, we are now able to suggest one or two concrete ideas which may be of interest to your readers.
When communicating, adults usually lock at each other and smile. But while talking to children, they normally don't. Ignoring their children's questions, adults don't have proper conversations with them. A number of adults even beat their children remembering that they themselves were once beaten by their parents. Although knowing that it doesn't really help, they pretend that beating children is necessary. And young people seeing all this violence in their families often behave violently outside their home.
Adults should sometimes think about their own responsibility when complaining about violent children.