Our expert says:
See a child shrink for advice if this continues to worry you. But don't you need to sharpen up on the discipline ? If my daughter had the cheek to break a cellphone because she WANTED a new one ( nobody NEEDS a new cell phone ) you can be sure we would never buy her another --- she'd have to save up for it herself, with money she earned by real actual work.
Some kids do go through this ugly, aggressive phase, and it may be mercifully brief, or annoyingly wrong. That's where a child psychologist could assess, to be sure there's nothing more sinister going on, then advise you on behaviour techniques to start getting things right again.
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