I dont have kids...but I pretty much raised my little brother by myself. I learned to never rise to his bait. Dont react to his tantrums. Reinforce positive behaivior and ignore the bad. They want your attention when they do that and if you give them the attention or cave to their demands, they come to realize they can get away with it and learn thats how they get what they want. Good luck and have patience....
by Kitty Fields 17 months ago
Just recently my three and a half year old daughter (who by the way is absolutely beautiful and usually very sweet) has been lashing out when she is corrected or asked to do something. She spits, hits me (without me even touching her!), screams bloody murder and will rip her room apart (throwing...
by Rajinder Soni 8 years ago
Nursery Admissions - How do you tackle your kid's tantrums?School interview question for parents
by carlacitarelli 7 years ago
According to a friend who is also a family therapist, some bad behavior or what he considers to be acting out should be ignored since it is usually a ploy to gain attention. More specifically; tantrums, yelling, whining or any other behavior that is negative but not harming the child or anyone...
by klaudiababyx 7 years ago
should i stay with him or nothey i am 19 and my fiance is after leaving me i have a child &im18weeks pregnant again my 2nd son died in my amrs when he was only 30min old and he seems to be blameing me for it he have a drinking problem he swear down in his sons grave that he wasnt drinking...
by ktps 7 years ago
people say i should of had an abortion but i dont believe in abortions how do i tell them to shut up
by peachy 3 years ago
How to stop irritating kid tantrums?My 7 year old boy had just started this tantrum. He wakes up in the morning and repeated his words like this" Mommy, help me to brush teeth. Mummy go away, Mummy come back, Mommy don't go, Mummy brush my teeth, mummy go away, mummy come back" When I...
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