Empowering Ways to Deal with Your Kid's Tantrums in a FlashπŸ˜ˆβž‘οΈπŸ‘Ό ...


I attended a parenting seminar recently and an exercise that the speaker told us to do was to answer the question: "What are ways to deal with your kid's tantrums?" My twins just turned a year old and already they are throwing their own versions of the big T. Thankfully, I have had experiences with other children and they are very useful as I deal with my little ones' emotional and physical outbursts. Here are some seven suggestions or ways to deal with your kid's tantrums. I hope these help you!

1. Don't Make Promises

Tantrums manifest what kids can't usually express their feelings and they usually occur between one to four years old. One of the best ways to deal with your kid's tantrums is to prevent them from happening. Several things come to mind, the first being: don't make promises if you can't keep them. For example: "I promise I'll buy you that toy car after school." Kid keeps that in mind but you don't. Major screaming will come your way, I guarantee.

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