Psychologist Say Asking Kids Questions Can Help Fighting Tantrums
September 19, 2019
Whining, crying or screaming, kicking, hitting, and breath holding. Can you guess what we are getting at?
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Tantrums come in all shapes and forms and can be frustrating for any parent. Although most children have tantrums when they are toddlers and in early childhood years, older children might experience them sometimes. Tantrums, in fact, are a normal part of a child's development and a common way for them to communicate that they feel overwhelmed, frustrated, and experiencing other emotions they can't express in words.