Temper Tantrums

Causes of Temper Tantrums

Frustration

Frustration

Wanting attention

Wanting attention

Stress

Stress

Being selective

Being selective

Hunger

Hunger

Tiredness

Tiredness

Discomfort

Discomfort

Physical Illness

Physical Illness

Symptoms of Temper Tantrums

Whine, cry and shout

Whine, cry and shout

Kick, hit and pinch

Kick, hit and pinch

Flail arms and legs

Flail arms and legs

Hold their breath

Hold their breath

Tensing muscles

Tensing muscles

Yelling

Yelling

Screaming

Screaming

Shortened Attention Span

Shortened Attention Span

Tips for Parents and Caregivers

1. Find a Distraction
2. Stay Calm
3. Be Consistent
4. Plan Ahead
5. Ignore the Tantrum
6. Keep them in sight
7. Praise good behavior
8. Avoid situations that might trigger a tantrum

Tips for Teachers

1. Offer praise for calming down
2. Acknowledge their feelings
3. Set a good example
4. Stay Calm
5. Positive Reinforcement
6. Negative Reinforcement
7. Mild Punishment
8. Encourage Empathy

Temper Tantrums

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Frequently Asked Questions

The following are suggestions which the parents can look after to manage their child's temper tantrums :
- Keep dangereous objects out of sight & out of reach
- Distract your child with postive task
- Give lots of positive attention
- Help kids learn new skills & succeed
- Listen compasssionately when child wants to say something.
- Seek kidcare online counseling
Temper tantrums are sudden or episodic violent emotional outbursts, often in response to frustration. Frustration, erratic sleep, tiredness, and hunger are the most common causes of temper tantrums in children. Children become irritable, scream, shed tears, thrash out, roll on the floor, throw things, spit, bite and thud their feet during a tantrum. If you are searching or looking to consult a "child psychologist near me" for modifying your child's behavior, connect with TalktoAngel's directory of the best child psychologists.

The best way to handle to a tantrum is to be positive and to stay calm. When you respond to your kid with shout, loud voice, anger outbursts, your kid might imitate your behavior in separate situations. Avoid screaming and shouting at your kid, praise good behaviour, be consistent, give plenty of positive attention to calm him/her down. Try to engage your kid by distracting him/her in other activity. For more help reach out to the best psychologist in India at TalktoAngel.


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