All About Child Tantrums

Child tantrums are common and parents should know how to deal with it. Parent should ignore that behavior and they should try to teach the child different ways to express their anger and frustrations. The child may not know how to express their emotions and hence they resort to child tantrums which are natural.



Even children who are 9 months old would throw child tantrums. It is found that this behavior is also found in children who are 4 years old.The child will bite, pinch and hit the parent when they throw child tantrums. It is found that children who live in a crowded place or if the child lives in a situation where it cannot move out often throw child tantrums. If the child is affected by some long term illness or even attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and families in which alcohol and drugs are common will have children who throw child tantrums often.

The parents should have the child in their view even while they ignore the behavior. Sometimes they may need to hold the child in their arms if the child tantrums are more severe. The parents need not worry about such behaviors since it is very common.When the child calms down after throwing child tantrums the parent should talk to the child about the ways the child behaved and they should instruct them how to behave when they get angry.

They should make them understand that throwing child tantrums is a bad way of expressing their anger or frustration and they ask them to express them in words politely. Time out is practiced in some cases where the child is older enough. Time out will allow the child to calm down on their own. If the child has frequent child tantrums and if they hurt themselves then the parent should seek a medical practitioner to deal with such children.







 

 

 

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