For instant your child is mad at you under a certain reason that she/he disagree. She/he slam the door, kick the closet door, kick the wall, and start breaking things. What is your best choice to handle that situation?
I use time out. I place mine in the corner and give them a minute based on age. I also lower my voice and come to there level when they are doing something that I do not care for or take away a favorite toy.
Hi AEvans, thank you for responding to this question. I have another question if you don't mind me asking. What if taking away their favorite toy doesn't work, what else action would you apply to take 'control' of this child? Especially for a child nine years old and up. ^_^
WELL it depends on the age of the child but rule of thumb is timeout give urself and child sometime then after deeep breathing console the child and give him something to eat and later you can talk on the matter
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