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How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I'm really losing patience with my daughter's temper tantrums. Any suggestions?

Re: I'm really losing patience with my daughter's temper tantrums. Any suggestions?

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Temper tantrums by definition are an explosion of rage and frustration, when a toddler completely loses power over her emotions. Most toddlers are more susceptible to tantrum behavior when they’re tired or hungry -- when they’re already grumpy and not thinking clearly. So the best way to prevent tantrums is to keep your toddler well-rested and well-fed: Nip them in the bud with a nap, a snack or another distraction when you suspect one is brewing.

When your daughter is mid-tantrum, there are a few ways to calm her down faster. First, a don’t: Don’t bother trying to reason with her. You won’t get anywhere, and it will most likely spin her even further out of control. Instead of explaining why she can’t have what she wants, relate to her -- even if it seems counterintuitive. Calmly tell her why you understand why she would feel angry or frustrated. Make her feel like she is absolutely justified in being so upset. Eventually her emotions will evolve from anger into sadness, which is a solid step towards the tantrum’s conclusion -- and happier feelings.

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How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

One great things about toddlers is that their attention spans are not that great. I've started basically ignoring my daughters tantrums. Although they are not bad, they are frustrating. She yells at the top of her lungs when she doesn't get something she wants. So, I simply tell her firmly that she's not getting her way and yelling won't change that, then I walk away. After a few minutes she calms down and moves to something else. I'm winning these small battles more and more these days. I think I'm more proud of myself than my LO! We're also having less of these battles, so I think it's working.

missjessy24 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

My 22 month old threw the hugest fit at the grocery store last night. I let her push her own mini cart, but she kept going her own direction, running into things and putting stuff in the cart. When I touched the cart she would yell at me tell me no! (She's normally very helpful and listens well!) After 2 warnings I took the mini cart away and put the groceries in my cart as she started wailing! I picked her up and tried to continue my shopping while she threw a tantrum in my arms. An older lady told me I should take her outside and expressed that no one wanted to hear my child scream..I was completely bewildered and unsure of what to do! I continued shopping and she continued screaming until I grabbed a bag of pretzels and gave her some, she got into the cart and happily munched away through the rest of the shopping trip. Generally I reserve timeouts for big no-no's and it seems that usually ignoring the fit and then discussing the issue once she's done works best; but should I have taken her to the car for a time out? I was so embarrassed and had never had this situation get this far in public before! aagghhhh!!

samrose25 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Basically you've placated your daughter and allowed her to think her behavior was OK. In the end you rewarded her tantrum with a treat? It's not always convenient to be a mommy but I think taking her to the car for a time-out may help this issue in the future. I understand how embarrassing this can be (we've all been there) but what did your child really learn from this experience?

Chenani |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

My son is just starting to throw little tantrums. I would have told that lady to mind her own business. But yes I would have let me cart, groceries and all in the isle and walked out with her. Taken her to the car until she calmed down, explained to her how much upset mommy. If she didn't calm down in the car I would have just left the grocery shopping for another time. Every mom will have this experience and I'm sure there were other moms in the store empathizing with you and not everyone is a rude as that lady.

Jriddle29 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

When my oldest was about 2yo we left the store due to a temper tantrum. She is now almost 6 and we haven't had a melt down since. I agree with just leaving the cart unless it is an extreme situation and there is something you can't leave without.

melissa_rae23@hotmail.com |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Yes, we have all been there. I can't stand those old ladies who act like they have never had a naughty little monkey act out in public. We all know it is a bunch of bologna. It is terribly inconvenient, but I have just walked out of a store before. If they are throwing a fit and there is really nothing else you can do to reason with them, maybe you have to take them out of the situation. I wasn't able to get my laundry soap which made me a little irate, but letting them get away with that kind of behavior just tells them that if they keep pushing you will just give in. It will get better. At least that is what people keep telling me. My big boy is almost five and the situation I am referring to happened just a few weeks ago. Grr....

saranewgz |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

that's when online grocery shopping is worth the shipping & delivery costs!

ivyshek |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Dear Samrose25, I have definitely been in your shoes. As a single parent, the only way I can get to the store alone is if I get a babysitter. I have never left my groceries in the store. After all, I'm just going to have to turn around and go back there. I usually give my son something to do while we shop to prevent the tantrum from starting (he has a leap frog leap top reserved only for the car and the supermarket). If he does start to have a tantrum, I just have to strap him down and listen to the screaming. Now that he can undo the seat belt, I have to hold his leg with one hand and push the cart with the other. It's awful, but it's the supermarket, not a library or a movie theater. I figure he will outgrow it. I go to the store when it opens on Saturday morning so that the lines are short and there are fewer people around if we have a total melt down. I hope this helps.

alexismcbrayer |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I have a 20mo, and I have definitely felt the tantrums start to grow a bit. I am sorry that lady had the NERVE to tell you something. It's like seriously, I agree, you weren't at a library. Ugh, you must have just wanted to snap at her. But it is frustrating to give in to either your child or to that little old lady. But I agree that expressing your disappointment to them will help them see the difference in the future and possibly understand the consequences of their behavior. They may seem small and that they don't understand, but they totally pick up on that stuff. I too ignore my daughter when she throws fits, or when we are at home, if she is wailing, I jokingly wail along with her to show her how silly she is acting. She usually calms down after a few pretend wails. :)

itzybrat |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I usually just ignore my son's tantrums. He is quite vocal when it comes to not getting his way. After about a minute or less of ignoring him he just stops because he isn't getting the attention that he wants and moves on to something new. I remember my mom telling me one time that in the grocery store I threw a major tantrum on the floor kicking and screaming. She told me she got down on the floor next to me and proceeded to do the exact same thing...I never had another tantrum out in public again.

Lemons28 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Samrose25....funny, but you may have actually taken your child out of the store...but because that woman made that comment, perhaps you wanted to prove a point. Dont let other people's stupidity bother you. We've all been there. I have 3 boys under 6 1/2 years of age!

fedratam |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Well, my daughter is only 7 mo so I haven't quite gotten to that stage yet but from watching Supernanny and watching lots of my friends deal with these exact same situations, I have noticed that in some cases (depending on the child) ignoring them can work. Once the child has calmed down, take them in your lap and explain why they couldn't have whatever it was they wanted. The other tactic I have seen is like the other moms said, remove them from the situation after ONE warning and giving them a time out. If they do not calm down soon and start to behave to the point you can go into the store and resume your shopping, just go home. I have personally seen a mom not deal with her child's temper tantrum while in line at Target and even though I have a child it made me uncomfortable and I felt that she needed to handle it. I wouldn't want to subject other people (if I could help it) to my daughters screaming either. I think the lady that spoke to you should have kept her feelings to herself because it just adds fuel to the fire. You are embarassed enough already but at least I think now you have some tools to deal with the situation. Good luck!

mdhohenshelt |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I'm not sure if I was just lucky but when my now almost 8 year old daughter would start a tantrum (which didn't happen that often) I would pick her up and hug her or kneel down and hug her and talk her down from it. I'd tell her to take a deep breath and look at me and I'd take deep breaths with her until she'd calm down. It'd only take seconds for her to regain control of her emotions.. then we'd talk. Now we have a 9 week old... we'll see if it works this time around!

shorty0717 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I just had baby number five 7 weeks ago and have yet to experience temper tantrums. My eldest is almost 16 and when I had her I braced my self for the terrible two's and each baby after that I waited for it to come but it never did. I'm not bragging at all. I feel sorry for parents that I do see in the store struggling w/ tantrums. I try to do my part as a fellow-mom by smiling at them as if to say 'i feel your pain' or 'it's ok' and maybe waving or smiling at their little one. I can't imagine how frustrating it must be for the parents. I'm def glad it isn't me.

shawndancy |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I have to disagree with telling a child he or she is justified in being so upset. Saying you understand why they're upset is fine, but telling them that it's okay to overreact just isn't a good idea, I think. And different methods work with different kids. When I was little, I'm told my grandparents dealt with tantrums using reverse psychology, LoL. They'd tell me I wasn't being loud enough and to cry louder and kick harder. I eventually just gave up, heh.

claripossum |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Well, shawndancy, what's the trick? My son is 6 mos. but I cringe at the thought of what seems to be the inevitable supermarket tantrum. Before I had a baby I stuck my nose up at "those moms", now I feel overwhelming empathy, like it can happen to the best moms!!

bmcarr2 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Recently I was shopping with my 3 yo and was getting him something special but throughout the shopping trip he kept being rude so I told him at checkout that he would have to earn it back when he was nice, that usually works, but today he threw a huge tantrum as we were walking out and while I was loading him in the car. I'm pretty sure someone called the cops on me! I buckled him in closed the door and stood outside until he calmed down and then explained to him that the way he acted was not ok and the rest of the day went really well. I have found that I loose more patience if I can hear the tantrum. So putting him in his room or in the car until he is calm helps me calm down faster too.

breannacharles |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Dude I got spanked when I was a kid. Never violently, but always out of love & just enough to make it sting so I wouldn't want to repeat the offense. I don't resent my parents at all for that, and I'm pretty sure it worked because even though my brother and I were far from perfect, people always commented on how well-behaved we were. Obviously you wouldn't swat your kid's bum in front of anyone (that would be humiliating for them) but I think taking them to a quiet spot and disciplining them and telling them why they got spanked and that you love them and lots of hugs and kisses is the way to go. I turned out fine! Although I'm sure it's not the easiest solution, I plan on doing the same with my son once he gets to that age. (I'm not looking forward to it though!!)

IndieMum |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Hitting your child for any reason is not okay. If your husband gave you a quick stinging swat just to keep you in line would you feel loved? N you would feel abused funny how that works isn't it? My advice for avoiding tantrums in the store is not shopping when they are tired or hungry. If they throw a tantrum anyway calmly take them outside until they calm down and talk to them about what made them upset and what would be a more appropriate response. Cuddles and love work better than ignoring them and it teaches them that you love them the same no matter how they are acting.

drnkmrck |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

First to samrose25...The next time a stranger tells you how to parent your child... let them know how rude unwarranted and infuriating it is when you are already dealing with a hard situation. It happened to me once and I not so politely let the nosy non helpful woman know exactly who was in charge of the situation ME! As for the question at hand... I'm big on talking to my daughter as if she is an adult, because very soon she will be. I ask her why she's crying, screaming, acting out... I have to ask this question a few times until it gets through her emotionally fit...then we deal with it. She doesn't get what she's screaming for but she does get my understanding and attention and resolve. She's 15 months old and understands more than most people give her credit for. People usually think she's well past two when she calms quickly and responds to my questions.

KJR2009 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I personally do not see a problem with spanking either. My parents did it with all 3 of their kids, and never had a problem. I do believe spanking should be done only in one place (like the butt). I have a 20 month old and I use time outs, but she gets a spanking if she does something to hurt someone or herself (something more serious). I am a Christian so I truly believe it is important to punish correctly, and get to the root of the problem )Prov 22:15: "Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him."). Everyone has their own opinions and that is alright, I do not think there is just ONE way to fix tantrums or punish your children. Good luck mommies!

momofgirls2 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Well one thing to remember is that every child is different. Some Chldren may respond one way and the others another way. Keep in mind that when trying things to take care of these tantrums that everything someone tells u about thier child might not work on yours.

cfoley2011 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I don't have an answer, I have a question. I have a 18 month old boy. He throws terrible tantrums. He will hit anything that is around him if he doesn't get his way. I have tried time out, ignoring him, trying to talk to him, I have even spanked him on his butt (with his diaper on) and nothing phases him. I don't know what else to do. I am very nervous to take him to a store with me, because he might throw a fit and start hitting me. I need HELP!!!! I also have a 21 year old daughter that never acted like this. Is it the boys that act like this or what?

bod6991 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Umm...I think you are a liar, shawndancy. All kids have meltdowns at some point. Your kids may not have had enormous tantrums but they most certainly had their moments.

Schoenbeck |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Hi bod6991, I have found that when my son (who is now 3) would throw tantrums and it seemed like NOTHING would work, I would have to find something that he hated to snap him out of it. For him, this was kind of restraining him. I would basically put his arms down and hug him so he couldn't do anything. He hates being restricted and not having his arms free, so I would hold him in this position and repeatedly tell him that I would let go when he was ready to calm down and talk to me. I would do the same with timeout, make him go to it until he was ready to be nice, calm down, and talk about it. I have only had to do this a couple times because it really seems to work with him. Good luck, hope this helps.

18alyssa |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I'll probably get a lot of hate mail for this, but spankings do have their place. I have discovered that my oldest son (almost 5) will throw a tanturm so we can go home. If we are in the store, removing him for a time-out is really just giving him what he wants-to go home so we can play. I have instituted the rule that we will complete our shopping. I usually start out ignoring the tantrum and walking away (while keeping him within sight). That will stop the first couple. If he continues to throw tantrums, we go to the warning system. After the second warning, we got the bathroom and get a spanking. The next one (and yes, there have been this many in one trip) gets another spanking and I tell Daddy. That usually solves it. I have to say, my son is very, very strong willed and is acting out because he has a new little brother. It has been a very trying 6 months (it started about 2 months b/4 little bro was born), but we are working thru it. Just keep working with your child to achieve success.

DEWCHW |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

TO DMKMRCK as a parent who believes in spankings, I must correct you. Spanking is NOT hitting. We discuss spankings before they happen, they are warned and they are told that the reason they are getting a spanking is for disobedience and because Mommy loves you so much and wants you to be safe and obey. No one hits someone and tells them they love them. Spankings if used properly are NOT hitting. Don't get the 2 confused please. You cannot look down on parents who spank, you CAN look down on parents who hit. There is a difference, please be aware.

asj3286 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I agree with asj3286 and DWECHW - spankings are NOT the same as hitting and spankings DO have their place. I'm a new mom with a 1 yr old little boy. I'd like to think my LO is and will always be an angel. I also know this is wishful thinking. My LO constantly walks around "plotting" on what to get in to next. :-) He's still pretty little and I have no intentions of spanking at this stage. However, I do reserve that right for when he's older. I will not be that parent who has to abandon her grocery cart because my child is screaming/wailing and kicking his feet over an item I took from him or said no to. Even at this age, I prepare him for our trips to the store by talking to him before we hit the grocery store or Target or wherever it is we are going so he knows what to expect. He may not be able to talk back to me but he understands everything I say. I was always told that our children are direct reflections of us so if we are walking around in public ignoring and not controlling unruly behavior from our children, what does that say about us?

jcmom32010 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I cannot believe how many people I know that I know who have had a stranger come up to them at a store and tell them what to do with their kids. I once had someone come up to my children who were bickering and point in their faces and tell them that they were naughty. I put her in her place very quickly as I think everyone should. These are our children and everyone has a different parenting style and why would a stranger think they have a right to change that. As for the temper tantrums this is what I have found. My first was a tantrum KING! He could throw two hour tantrums with nothing that would help. I have since made sure that I keep track of what each one of four kids favorite toy and lovey is at any given moment so I know what will make the biggest impact when I threaten to take it away. I also FOLLOW THROUGH and they know I will. If I say no more blankie for the day in the store they know when we get home it is GONE for the day!

silverfam |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I too can not believe how people think that they can come up and give you their opinions about how to deal with your child. It's nosey and uncalled for. I mean who do they think they are? It's not as if your in a library or movie theater...in that case obviously we would remove our children from the situation. Personally, I was raised with the grocery store spankings. I agree with the above on spankings. Yes, they do not need to happen in front of everyone since that would on humiliate the child and yourself even more and also spankings are completely different than abuse. Obviously there are situations that spanking is not ideal but I disagree with those who talk down on parents for disciplining their OWN children. I have an 8 month old and yes, spankings will not be used for quite awhile with him, but it will happen someday. No, I am not looking forward to it but from my experience it works the best. And obviously if your child is still alive and kicking, and a very happy child, then you are more then capable of raising a child and should be able to discipline your child how you please and others who do not approve of it do not have to use your methods but they should keep their opinions to themselves in public.

kjurden1314 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Honestly, this has a lot to do with what you allow your child to do, and how you deal with them. Talking to your child like a baby with the "mommy doesn't like when you or mommy this, mommy that" doesn't work. If you want your child to act normal, speak to them normally. Don't baby talk your kid or they'll act like a baby, it's common sense. My sister cut the baby talk with her daughter when she was old enough to understand what Summer was telling her. For this reason, her daughter behaves very maturely in public. Granted, she'll still talk cutesy to her on occasion, for the most part she talks to her how I am talking to you. I've never seen a happier, more well adjusted child. Be firm with your kid, teach them respect. Parents don't teach kids manners or respect anymore, they try to reason with their kids, cut deals, negotiate...no, you are the parent your child is the child, you don't reason, you tell them what they can and cannot do and if they choose not to abide then make the consequences clear. Don't give them a reward for behaving, they should just behave in general. What you're teaching them is that good behavior is on a rewards basis. Why would they behave if they have no incentive? They should know that good behavior should be always and bad behavior comes with consequences and that's the bottom line. You can't be your child's friend, be a parent people stop coddling your kids, you teach them nothing and they will be sorely disappointed come later in life when they expect everyone to coddle them and it doesnt happen.

amandabear1 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

And P.S., let's be real, but when you're out and about, do you really want to hear an out of control child? I think that's more rude than somebody saying something to be honest, if I wanted to hear that, I'd work in a daycare. If your kid cant control themselves in public then don't take them out in public until they learn some manners and you learn how to control them.

amandabear1 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

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Toddler101 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

A problem for many parents today! Visit http://www.toddlerbedandmore.com under Toddler Tips For Parents! Great tips on controlling temper tantrums here!

Toddler101 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

@amandabear1. I couldn't be more agree with you. So right said.

Tate85 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I would first like to respond to amandabear1, I agree with you as much as parents need to teach their children manners. As far as saying you dont want to hear a child throwing a fit in the store I understand that but you also have to think that maybe that child has autism, maybe that mom cant afford to get a babysitter, maybe that womans husband is deployed. I am a military wife and there are many times we do not get the luxury of having a helping hand. Also I have family and friends whose children have autism. Every child is different.

Chrisanddannielle |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I do not agree with Amandabear about anyhting but the manners. You never know the situation regardless of how much you think you know. You and that old lady from the grocery store should start a club, raising a child is not an internment camp. To each their own and unless there is some sort of abuse involved my advice to you would be to mind your own business.

aannefrench |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

My son is now 19 months old and has just started to test the boundries with tantrums, mostly when we have to change activities or he's tired of being in the car. Although the worst was in target, he shimmied out of the seat belt and tried climbing out of the cart! So fer i've found the best results actually come from telling him a game plan before, if i say, we are going to play with dog for a few minutes, and then go in and make dinner, he isn't suprised when it's time to go inside and so far has come without a fight. For the car, i tend to make sure he has entertainment, a string cheese, music, we have a few toys that stay in the car, so they are always new and different from the ones he just came from, and for the store, i found the best way was to totally involve him in the act of helping Mama shop. He gets his own list, and a big crayon to mark off on. That way we check things off together, i let him put things in the basket and pick out flavors. he's been a much better kid, since i started including him in the activites rather than just toting him along. It might help...

kebahr@gmail.com |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Leaving the store would be showing the child that they control what you do. That is silly. You are the parent, if your child is not behaving then take control and make her sit in her spot in the cart. If she screams she screams. Who cares? Tell all those old ladies that make comments to shove it and you will handle your own. When my daughter throws a big tantrum we start with the warnings. If the warnings don't work, then we do the spank in a private spot like the bathroom or an isle where no one is at. If its just a little tantrum I just ignore her and she usually quits. If no one else wants to hear it then maybe they should go to the store when children wont be there, there are better lines then anyway.

kristenriley89 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

@amandabear1 Its hardly fair to say that if your child has tantrums then don't take them out. I agree with you about everything else but this is unfair. Just because your niece is good in public doesnt mean that every other kid is. And how are you suppose to teach your kid NOT to do something, if you never give them a chance to do it. Its aggravating to see parents doing nothing about the tantrum but you cant expect a mother to stay home all day for fear of a tantrum. Thats ridiculous.

Afunky6 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

bod6991 I also have a 19mo old boy with uncontrollable tantrums. I am running out of ideas on how to handle him. He is normally a very sweet little boy but when he gets mad he screams, throws himself on the ground, kicks, hits, bites, you name it. When my intensity goes up by either correcting him, trying to restrain him or swatting his hand or butt, his intesity goes up also. I am praying that this is not a sign of things to come! I really want to stop this before it gets worse!. My best option right now when he gets out of control is to put him in his crib, close the door to his room and give him a time-out. He can't speak yet and I know that is part of the frustration. What should I do in a restaurant for example? I take him outside or to the bathroom, but he screams so loud that people can still hear him and they are looking at me like I'm abusing him! Help!

sarahr1202 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

I have a daughter. She is 19 months old and for the past 2 weeks she had a lot of tantrums. I didn't now what to do so I asked my friend which gas a masters degree in curriculum and instruction and she gave me the same advices as in this article

AudreySimpson |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

This could be a problem, especially if they do something in public.My friend went with her little girl to a Pageant Dresses For Girls and when she saw a dress she started crying that she wanted it but my friend couldn`t aford it so she left embaressed.

ioana06 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

Hi , Well as a mere male and brought up 3 daughters had one or two bad moments . I decided after daughter number one gave me one more tantrum than i needed in the local shop it was time sort her out . So took her out side couldn't stop said bad behaviour off home we went . Being the first borne, was a little spoilt . So next time I was off to the shop just left behind but told her why. Told her that her tantrums were not on, and WHEN she was prepared to behave better I would then take her shopping with me . It took a wee while to get the message through but i refused to give in . From then on we set boundaries for our children and did our level best to keep them . Yes we did give the odd smack on the rump but it was very rare . As for interfering people , that is always going to happen some one ALWAYS knows better than you at those times. Just keep cool remove said child from the situation , set boundaries and keep them best you can and NO double standards . Every child is different and so is everyday with them but it sure gives you plenty to do . Enjoy them they grow up so fast ..Ianmfk Gran dad to four

ianmfk |

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My baby is 13 mths and she explodes she won't stop until she gets what she wants how do I break her from thar

coocoo23 |

How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

My LO is 22 months and he's been throwing tantrums on and off, in public and at home but I've received many compliments on how well behaved he is. (I guess I'm doing something right) There are so many things you can try. It's not about sticking to what the books say. We get caught up in this circle of what's right and wrong and stop believing in ourselves. ..It's about deciding what you want to happen when you tell her to stop or when the answer is no...deciding what's best for your situation and your child. Be consistent with the course of action and also both parents and caretakers HAVE to be on the same page on what's allowed and what's not. Having said this I'm up to the point of (most of the time) when I remind him of the consequence he reacts positively and decides to obey. Repetition is the mother of retention. Being Consistent is key and when all else fails, take a deep breath, exhale slowly and pray if need be but DONT give in to the tantrum or your anger. This will give you enough time to gather your strength to follow through. Oh and one more note...watch what she's eating. I've noticed that certain foods and juices have a negative impact on his behavior. I've eliminated these from his diet and it does help. The healthier he eats the calmer he is. Hopes this helps!

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How can I keep my child’s tantrums under control?

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