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How to Stop Tantrums

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How To Stop Kids From Whining Stop Tantrums

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STOP A TANTRUM IN SECONDS TIPS FOR TODDLER TANTRUMS & THE TERRIBLE TWOS

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How to Handle Tantrums LIKE A BOSS! | Kelly Bourne

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10 tricks for stopping a temper tantrum

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2 Year Old Has Constant Temper Tantrums | Supernanny

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How to Deal with Temper Tantrums 1. Try ignoring the situation.. Ignore your child unless he is physically endangering himself or others. By taking away 2. Handle aggressive behavior immediately.. If your child starts hitting, kicking, biting, or throwing things during a 3. Refrain from.

Tantrum Prevention Tactics. Avoid situations in which tantrums are likely to erupt. Try to keep your daily routines as consistent as possible and give your child a five Communicate with your toddler. Don’t underestimate his ability to understand what you are saying. Tell him the plan for the day.

How to Stop Temper Tantrums Method 1 of 3: Communicating during the Tantrum. Speak in an even, compassionate tone during a tantrum. An upset child Method 2 of 3: Preventing Temper Tantrums. Anticipate tantrums based on your child’s personality and history. Some Method 3 of 3: Taking Action.

Here are the 10 MORE ways to stop a tantrum from the Mess For Less readers: 1. Removal from a setting One reader found that simply removing her child from an area where they were having a tantrum was enough to get them back on track. Sometimes, even with the best planning, tantrums can still happen. Here are some helpful hints to stop a tantrum after it has begun.

Giving in: This is possibly the easiest method of shutting down a tantrum in progress, but certainly not the most viable in the long-run. My child throws more temper tantrums in the mornings while we are getting ready to leave for the day than any other. During a tantrum, you’ll often see a toddler try to push you away or scream, “Go away!” (meeting the need for power) and then minutes later collapse into your lap for a hug (meeting the need for connection). And then seconds later, start to push you again (still wanting to meet the need for power).

Save. To deal with toddler tantrums, here are 7 steps according to science: Use Simple Choices Or Distractions To Avoid Toddler Tantrums When a temper tantrum starts forming, sometimes parents can Do Not Reason Because They Cannot Hear Once the tantrum. If a tantrum escalates, remove your child from the situation and enforce a timeout: Select a timeout spot. Seat your child in a boring place, such as in a chair in the living room or on the floor in the Stick with it.

If your child begins to wander around before the timeout is over, return him or. You won’t be able to stop every tantrum, but you might avoid the worst of it with these tips. Prepare for the grocery store. Before embarking on shopping or other excursions, make sure your child. This can be very stressful for you as a parent, especially if occurring in a public place.

In these instances, the most helpful thing to do is to find immediate ways to de-escalate the situation. Give your child the space they need, while also ensuring their safety and the safety of others around them.

List of related literature:

The following suggestions for handling tantrums are just that—suggestions.

“What to Expect: The Second Year” by Heidi Murkoff
from What to Expect: The Second Year
by Heidi Murkoff
Simon & Schuster UK, 2012

Here are some pointers for avoiding tantrums:

“Parenting For Dummies” by Sandra Hardin Gookin, Dan Gookin, May Jo Shaw, Tim Cavell
from Parenting For Dummies
by Sandra Hardin Gookin, Dan Gookin, et. al.
Wiley, 2011

• Use positive reinforcement when the child self-regulates and avoids a tantrum.

“Pediatric Primary Care E-Book” by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, Margaret A. Brady, Nancy Barber Starr, Catherine G. Blosser, Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks
from Pediatric Primary Care E-Book
by Catherine E. Burns, Ardys M. Dunn, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2012

• To prevent temper tantrums, keep routines simple and consistent, set reasonable limits and give rationales, avoid “head-on clashes,” and provide choices.

“Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span E-Book” by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
from Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span E-Book
by Carole Lium Edelman, Carol Lynn Mandle, Elizabeth C. Kudzma
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2017

The next time they start screaming, if, again, you just hold them or hug them but don’t give them any sweets, the tantrum will end sooner.

“Mindfulness For Dummies” by Shamash Alidina
from Mindfulness For Dummies
by Shamash Alidina
Wiley, 2014

The best approach toward tapering temper tantrums requires consistency and developmentally appropriate expectations and rewards.

“Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Starting at 18 months time-outs work well for managing temper tantrums.

“Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada E-Book” by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, Deitra Leonard Lowdermilk, Lisa Keenan-Lindsay, David Wilson, Cheryl A. Sams
from Maternal Child Nursing Care in Canada E-Book
by Shannon E. Perry, Marilyn J. Hockenberry, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2016

Tantrums generally occur when you try and stop your child doing what she wants, and at this age she will cry loudly and refuse to cooperate.

“Baby to Toddler Month by Month” by Simone Cave, Caroline Fertleman
from Baby to Toddler Month by Month
by Simone Cave, Caroline Fertleman
Hay House, 2011

Several other techniques can help to prevent or extinguish tantrums.

“Journey Across the Life Span: Human Development and Health Promotion” by Elaine U Polan, Daphne R Taylor
from Journey Across the Life Span: Human Development and Health Promotion
by Elaine U Polan, Daphne R Taylor
F.A. Davis Company, 2019

Most tantrums ‘burn themselves out’, so that specific intervention is not necessary.

“Companion to Psychiatric Studies E-Book” by Eve C Johnstone, David Cunningham Owens, Stephen M Lawrie, Andrew M McIntosh, Michael D. Sharpe
from Companion to Psychiatric Studies E-Book
by Eve C Johnstone, David Cunningham Owens, et. al.
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2010

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  • If you want your kid to stop whining, you turn around and yell back at them in their face and let them know they’re not in charge.

  • There are several components to how to teach toddler to speak. One place I found that succeeds in merging these is the Talk Fixer Formula (google it if you’re interested) it’s the most incredible blueprint i’ve heard of.look at the awesome information.

  • That simple she said. So if they start throwing things across the room, just ignore? I work with kids who act like that. I’m sure they learned it somewhere but do I just ignore?

  • every word you said i have written down!
    your examples that you gave after the point you made have become normal phrases i use daily
    thank you for your humble advice that speaks from a kid’s point of view
    THANK YOU!

  • Dont raise little bitches. Whoop that ass and if they didn’t learn the first time whoop that ass some more. I cannot stand hearing whiney bratty kids. I had to tell a lady to shut her pos child up once. She was shocked and embarrassed but her kid shut the fuck up

  • My mum used to” eye” this method is long and complicated. Plus the look total works on babies younger then toddlers, you’d see the little crawling things asking for permission before committing an offense they’ve been warned not to do. It’s cool to see communication from little humans that can’t talk

  • This is exactly the way I communicate with children. Profession: nanny/gouverness. The boundaries of two choices was the tip. I am going to take from this; I will stop the five choices now.

  • What a great video. Wish I could show it to a certain person that I know who mostly gives orders to her kids. Now they do it cause that’s what they learned.

  • Am Aunt of four. Ages are One year old, Two and Eight. When I watch them, They listen to me but with parents are around they don’t listen to me. I do anything for them.

  • Where have you beeennnn all of my parenting haha ���� Thank you, this is great! My little has developed language skills slightly more delayed than others, and I forget sometimes that hes struggling to communicate just as much as I’m struggling to understand/handle things. Great reminders. BE KIND TO THE TINY HUMANS! Thanks for this:)

  • If I ever have a daughter, I will scare her into being good by saying “Be good, or else I’ll growl at you!!” I threaten my niece with that and she is behaving very well. Try it!! It works!:) all daughters and nieces deserve that punishment!!!!!

  • Hi Kelly if you have any views, experience or advise on separation anxiety in toddlers specifically mammy son relationship that would be great. My son (3yold) i believe is very anxious as he doesn’t see his mama in the morning and only sees her from.6pm till bedtime (8pm) mon Friday

  • I know this video was done a while back but I get what you mean they’re not yet developed mentally and physically etc some adults raise children like their brains are fully developed and are adults and don’t have the patience themselves because everyone is raised differently, anyone can do whatever they think is fit with their child that said, I agree with your assessment

  • My son is 18 months and it’s gotten to a point I want to RIP my hair out. He has hit terrible twos and this has helped me alot. Thank you! Thank you for helping me be a better parent!

  • Great tips! I will have to try some of those. The one that I know doesn’t really work with my 4.5 year old and is also traveling to my 3 year old is the asking “could you please put your dishes in the sink” I get a flat out “no!” From them or a tantrum then starts because helping clean up is “too much” for them �� lol any tips on that stubbornness? ��

  • Thank you so much for this. I’ve been struggling with toddler tantrums for months. Tomorrow is a new day and a chance to try this out.

  • My 3-year-old daughter has always had and still has tantrum episodes every single day. It’s humiliating. Bedtime is so stressful EVERY DAY! And this is not the only time she is out of control. I have tried it all; routine, stories, positive reinforcement, games, etc., still, nothing works. We can’t figure it out… We would appreciate your input… I’m all ears!!! Thanks!!!

  • Yeees liiike a boss ur a boss love this video thanks cause ive been struggling lately with this and my baby used to never cry but ever since daycare and me working omg

  • I have been trying these!! My girl is super super independent so if she can’t do something herself she flips it.. I find letting her do a lot herself makes a huge difference to our day and she can do a lot!!!

  • You said you can’t reason w/a tantrumming child then you say reason w/the child while they’re in a tantrum. The saying yes w/out saying yes is a great tactic & the ask & don’t demand is another good tip. Follow thru & consistency is HUGE.

  • I once silenced a 3 or 4 y/o kid terrorizing a whole medium-sized shop in downtown Zurich, at the checkout-line. He was screaming and rolling on the floor like a wounded animal. He ab-so-lute-ly wanted the toy or the candy, I don’t remember exactly. After a while, I put down my shopping basket, threw myself on the floor just imagine an over 50 y/o guy doing this in such a moment! and exactly behaved like him, for about 8 seconds, screaming for something and hammering my fists on the cold tiles. I then silenced, stood up as if nothing had happened, grabbed my basket, while the boy silenced too, hiding his face in his mom’s leg looking at me. I then imitated a kid of his age, full nose, one finger in the mouth, silently sobbing, by looking at the boy. One second later he mirrored my behavior by sobbing twice back to me, as if he wanted to say: “Yes, isn’t it a cruel world we are living in?” a kind of mutual accordance. The people around us had tears in their eyes from laughter and we all were released into a peaceful Saturday evening… oh, not before the checker who witnessed all of this turned to me and told me, she had a 3 y/o boy too and asked me whether she could once hire me…:-D

  • My 3 yr old grandson is starting to throw major tantrums!! But i know most are fake! He can turn them on and off like nothing!’ It’s a difficult situation as he lives every two days with Mom, and two with dad, and dad happens to live upstairs from us! So I’m more of a parent figure at times then a ninny!!! Lol! Wouldn’t change a thing, except the tantrums!! Thanks fir the great tips!!! ����

  • I Wish I had a demeanor like urs! I Am a strong willed person Trying to teach my children in a correct manner��I swear ur voice is soothing! How can u Not get a child in submission with an angelic voice? Sometimes I feel like I’m hitting my head on the wall��loved ur tips. I knew most, I just need to FOLLOW THRU��SMH I feel like I should be an expert by now! Sahm of third child now. Other two are teenagers. Oy! That’s a whole new ball game��

  • Your analogies are extremely stupid just answer the question don’t try to be smart. We all have screaming kids we don’t have time for a bag over a weed.

  • I need help, my 2year old tries 2 smack me back after I tell her off, then I tell her that naughty an she drops to floor screaming really loud an if she’s not getting attention she screams louder till I come to her an she asks me for cuddle an kiss then she’s ok, what do I do? My poor neighbours

  • Ok so my child just invented terrible 3.. for the most part she was the most disciple child ever!! Until recently /last night at the restaurant.. i think she realized that we give in when in public out of embarrassment… because as soon as we got home she was perfect again:/
    I am worried about giving in because i don’t want to raise a spoilt entitled brat:/

  • My son will be 2 in October. He hit himself with his hands when he is angry and throw things. He doesn’t like to share his toys with others. How to overcome these issues. Pl help me with ur suggestions.

  • 1) give them limited choice 2) Ask instead of telling 3) say yes to every thing supported with a plan 4) follow through 5) acknowledge the feelings and show empathy. 6) positive body language 7) dis engage with tendrum 8) give them privacy

  • These all sound like absolutely amazing tactics, but my issue with the ‘ask dont tell’ tactic is that if I ask my 2.5 year old daughter to do something, she will just tell me no, so how do I then get her to do whatever I need her to do without telling her to do it? ��
    Also, the ‘Saying Yes to almost everything’, if I say ‘Yes you can have a biscuit after breakfast’, she would then start to tantrum because she wants that biscuit now. How can I tell her ‘No, you can’t have a biscuit before breakfast’ without saying ‘no, you can’t’? And should she really get the biscuit after throwing a tantrum?!
    Uhhh parenting is so confusing ����

  • just discovered you! you’ve gained a new subscriber really LOVE your parenting style:D you’re awesome!! Luv from Halifax NS Canada

  • I really, really don’t like whining. But I know that kids tend to resort to whining when they’re tired, hungry, or bored.
    Here’s the FIX:
    · Baby’s Tired: Set age-appropriate nap schedules for every day, and be sure to Stick_to_them!
    45 min. 1 hr. at 10AM.
    1-1/2 2 hrs. about 1 hr. after lunch.
    Bring sleeper pillows & blankie if you’ll be ‘on-the-go’ during scheduled naps to make it easier to maintain regular rest schedules!
    · Baby’s Hungry: Pre-plan meal times; Add quick, easy snacks for times in between meals, that help to regulate and promote steady blood sugar. Veggies, with chewy, & crunchy texture are great; Add a protein to get a longer lasting, & more satisfying snack (it digests more slowly and steadily than carb sugars), such as:
    -peanut butter on celery, ‘real’ yogurt tubes w/o fruit, carrot stix or broccoli heads & dip, small baby food selections,
    -tofu, chix or turkey lettuce wraps
    -cheese-stuffed grape tomatoes or mushrooms, green beans (cooked al denté).
    Avoid simple carbs, sugar, or processed foods (crackers, sweetened drinks, or fruits) these promote spikes in blood sugar, causing dramatic crashes on the rebound, avoid if possiblet! Choose portable containers, and don’t forget handi-wipes!
    · Baby’s Bored: This requires pre-planning of age-appropriate activities.
    Use these in Dr.’s waiting rooms, on public transportation, and in restaurants. Coloring books, and small crayon boxes, hand-held games of skill, cross-words, tracing, Books, electronic devices for a limited time! Group games like, “I spy”, or “Chinese telephone”, group card & dice games. Carry these along in activity bags for handy access!

    · Another cause of whining may be the child is ill. Carry an e-thermometer to check for fever, have child-sized tylenol or ibuprofen meds, & ginger or peppermint ‘meds’ for belly aches!

    And, finally: Be firm and clear with your child about ‘No Whining’ policy, and stick to them! Consequences must be immediate, consistant, and effective! Use these tips to help prevent whining, and don’t forget to ask your child for their input on ideas, too!
    ❤��❤

  • This teaching is misguided and harmful to kids. Imagine complaining about your frustrating day and your spouse pretends like you don’t exist? Ignoring a child is never a way to teach anything. Connecting with a child is the way to teach. Help them calm down then teach them how to ask for things. Yes, it will take longer than we want it to because learning and maturing take time. We are the ones who need to stop whining that teaching kids that nurturing real growth and maturation takes too much of our timeso we’re gonna train kids like puppies instead.

  • People are like “smack the kid” uhm no. A 1 year old doesn’t know that them trying to communicate with their parents/guardian is stressful on the adult. They’re simply trying to communicate. They don’t just “cry for no reason”. There’s always a reason. Weather it’s being hungry or not wanting to be alone. Maybe they’re scared. It’s a parents job to take care of the child and make sure they’re ok. If you can’t handle the crying don’t have kids. One of my babies are 1 year and the other is 2 months. I have my hands full CONSTANTLY. I’ve never resorted to hitting. We sleep trained our 1 year old and he was self soothing by 4 months. It’s all about how you parent them and hitting just results in violent children cause you’re teaching them that it’s ok to hit.

  • How would you deal with a 2 year old who throws temper tantrums and says no to everything all of the time, i am at my wits end and have tried all of the things i can think of to deal with it but its getting really out of hand

  • I work as a home care nurse, my two year old patient called me a stupid bitch
    I almost cried, this is great tip on how to handle his behavior. He is adorable, but the parents don’t really have such nurturing environmentso it’s difficult for him

  • Many people say spank them spank them…. Its like dude no. Thats not the solution. Thats just a easy scape goat and sometimes actually most of the time they start crying harder not to mention if your in public people look at you like your a physco. I saw a african american lady smack her kid like crazy and i was like wow some people should not have kids….. Dont be a bully try something else its 2017 there is better ways to disciplining your child

  • I’m 11, i have to use this on my cousin. Her mom gives into her so I have to teacher her. I told her I was going to check was time she would leave. I said, “lets go ask mommy when youll leave!” In a sweet voice. She said “I DONT WANT TO LEAVE!”. She jumped around, whined and fell on the floor. When she cries there arent tears. She looks at people wanting them to do something.

  • My son has tantrums in the grocery store and at the park sometimes. If i just leave when he doesn’t calm down wont he learn to throw a fit when im some place he doesn’t want to be? Or is it just the consistency of it? He will be 2 in March. Thank you ��

  • This is literally the second video I have watched since going to YouTube for help with my two and a half year old son and I can’t tell you how much better I feel by just watching two videos! He recently got kicked out of the school he was going to because when he threw Tantrums he would throw whatever was next to him. He wouldn’t throw it at anybody directly, he would just completely indiscriminately throw something in anger and they said it was a liability to the other kids. I have now had to stay home from work to take care of him and this is my first son, I am a 36 year old man, and I just learned a whole new respect for any stay-at-home Mom or Dad because I have only been home with him for about a month and I am ready to lose it! Just by watching this video and the last video has taken a huge weight off of my shoulders by letting me know I am not crazy and I am not the only person going thru this! I just wanted to say thank you to the people like you who put videos up for people like me to learn. I will now be hooked on YouTube and will going here for a lot more advice and I just wanted to let you know how thankful I am for people like you who take the time out of your day to offer your experience and advice. So I would just like to say what’s all of my respect, Thank You!

  • I think many people lack critical thinking. She is merely saying to ignore whining behavior and when the kid speaks normal, then immediately react to normal behavior. There are many variations to this method, and many other ways. Most toddlers lack vocabulary to explain needs. Whining is easy. They want something. Then there is whining because you said “no”. I am not against physical discipline. It has a time and place. You actually don’t even have to hit a kid hard. Even a small smack on the bottom very lightly with a stern voice will make any kid cry. Many parents go overboard because of frustration and don’t realize their strength. There is no one parenting method that works. A parent that never spanks there child but has great communication skills can have a kid that turns out fine, or horrible. Usually external sources and influences and lack of engagement in kids life result in child hanging with wrong crowd…a whole other subject.

  • Don’t even act like only children whine honestly I don’t see a problem with it everyone including adults whine about something when it bothers them now excessive whining is what I don’t like but I’ll just make fun of them and make that same little voice they make to drive them crazy that’s what my mom does to me too it’s honestly funny

  • This is what I have been dealing for 4 crazy years and still going on. And it really really drives me crazy I don’t know what to do.

  • the worst thing kids do
    however from birth guys,from birth i made sure they would NEVER whine nor cry for no reaon, i did what this nice lady said from the start
    my kids are very independent now

  • F Yesssss!!! GOD IN HEAVEN I WISH SOMEONE COULD EXPLAIN AND GET THIS THROUGH MY WOMAN’S HARD HEADED ARIES HEAD… ��‍♂️ (I love her do death but she always does things her way)

  • They should use this for adults for liberals and democrats! all they do is cry like babies and throw temper tantrums when us Real Americans speak the truth and speak facts at them!

  • You need to just give a light smack. Discipline is key. If they don’t get their things together, and still whine they get a even harder smack. It’s easy.

  • I really wish I would have seen this earlier. My 6 year old is really sensitive and cries and throws a fit about everything. He was never told no. It was all about him until we had another child. Now it is hard to get him were he need to be. It is starting to spill over into his schooling. I am at a lost

  • this technique is not effective on a lot of kids. i think it depends on the child’s personality. if the kid is innately difficult, probably better to spank them… legally lol

  • It s work for me my toddler is always whinning so i ignored him.then he cried more so i ignore him again i put myslef listening to the music then after a minutes he stop crying and said mommy i want some juice then i react for that and talk to him that whinning is not good if he is crying like that then no one bmver listen to you if he is going to tell what he wants then evryone is gonna listen to him..thats my experienced to my toddler..

  • “…put a bag over the weed, and put it in a dark closet…” I was almostwilling to literally do this.:P
    “..and in the child’s brain, something clicks…” MY BRAIN JUST CLICKED!!!

    How can a two minute video be so profound?!!My second child has cried since day one and now that he is over one, and running the show, its hard to take back the reigns. Thank you so much for this video!!!!!

  • Save yourself the trouble and say no this ain’t burger king they can’t always have it their way keep it realistic you can’t say yes all the time that’s spoiling them they’ll understand and appreciate you in the long run

  • Thank you, even though I’m not a parent, I am 13, and I babysit my 4 year old sister a lot every day almost, and she has issues with throwing huge tantrums over the smallest things, and I don’t know how to handle it. I don’t want to scream at her, and I don’t want to just ignore it and let her be that way, so this helps so much���������� By the way, you have a new subscriber.

  • Great video! New sub! Found you through Laura Hoyda’s Canadian Mom Vlogs video! I’m also a Canadian mom YouTuber can’t wait to see more of your videos!

  • I treated my kids like and adult from the start they never whined after 3 years old never ran to me crying they dealt with their own issues effectively with and adult demeanour since the age of 5

  • my child whine more in public and cries at 7 yrs old and i found out why its because when he was a little baby he did not cry as much more less he did not say as much so now he is making up for it and i hate it!!! I did ignore it in public but people looking at me like wtf tend to your child why he crying and some older adults come to his aid and im like why is the happening right now all i need is to get him to stop by not sheltering and giving him attention but it never works out. what to do??????

  • you turn your back,do your business,while the kid will try different ways to get attention.and guess what is one other perfect way?throw things on the ground,break stuff.i am sure you wont ignore that since one day he will break something made of glass and cut really bad and cry.ofcourse, you will ignore it “oh,there she is,whining again..”.. while your kid bleeds on the floor.next day you’re with child support at the door and you struggle to keep your kid’s custody..that if not he gets really bad health,than you must think how not to go to jail.so easy for some ppl to talk when they don’t know how many types of kids there are out there.

  • This doesn’t work. If I ask my children to do something, whining ensues. If I ignore it, my kids will have gotten away with not cleaning their roon.

  • Yes! Good tips, thank you.:) I am going to listen to this one again. My toddler has been a perfect angel ok not actually but he skipped terrible twos and has had some weird out of character end of the world tantrums at age three and a half. They mainly were not wanting to leave a fun thing tantrum. Like I usually give him an hour or so of active play but sometimes our day went different so he was doing anything and everything in his power to keep playing and it was making me mad and it was embarrassing. But it’s good to hear that tantrums are totally normal and part of his development and to learn techniques to minimize them or to deal with them. I think it’s good to research and tips/tools to use than to just see red and feed his tantrum. Hoping it subsides soon!!:) We had a separation anxiety issue that we got past. It was a couple of days or so of crying but I read articles about it and it really helped so I think I can do the same with this.

  • I disagree. Every discussion is not a negotiation. They need to listen to adult authority figures. Life, school, work, other relationships begin with this.

  • please stop one good spanking would stop all this then send them to bed take all there toys then give them things around home to do

  • Thais is the BEST tips I’ve ever heard. I have a 4 yr old cousin that we sometimes babysit and I prefer this kind of discipline with her bc her beauty and wit is nothing if her character is horrible. I’ll also hope to apply these when I have my own kids so thank you!
    P.S. I hope you keep overcoming struggles in parenting “like a boss” and share more of your tips here even as they grow up as teens. I just subscribed! Pls keep it coming. I think you’re raising your child/children right and I want to know your tips in how to keep it cool and easy because they’re very helpful! Thank you so much. Please know that God blesses and loves you and cares for you always! Love, Z.
    Psalms 37:4 Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires if your heart. 5, Commit your ways yo the Lord, trust in Him, and He will do this.

  • There actually another method, that’s been tried and proven quite effective. This method not only stops the undesirable behavior now, but prevents it from becoming a reoccurring pattern. When the lovely child screams, in a brat-like manner, spank the brats ass! That’s it! That’s ALL there is to it. Which technique to employ when spanking the ass, is a matter of personal preference and varies among embarrassed, fed-up parents. The “open, flat or cupped hand” method, is preferred by many, where as the “belt-in-hand” style gives parents a choice of a variety of belt designs. These range from thinner, sport-type belts, to the ever-popular thick leather variety. With practice, either choice will yield the desired outcome.

  • hi everyone,if anyone else trying to find out toddlers and tantrums try Loctavan Teaching Toddler Strategy ( search on google )? Ive heard some decent things about it and my friend got cool success with it.

  • My son is 22 months….only issue with trantrums is when I say it’s bed or nap time. He loses it! I have tried many thing but he is very very strong willed seems nothing calms him if he’s asking to leave his room. Any tips? He’s in a toddler bed, we just threw out the pacifier so I know that’s a big part of it. But he will carry on for over an hour and I’m scared too much crying, even while im in the room not engaging with him, will damage him in the same sense as crying it out alone for long periods of time.

  • First figure out if the child has a reason to whine. Have you lost yourself in your electronic world and forgotten to feed her? Is she tired? Lonely? How good a job are you doing as a parent?

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  • my 2 year old nephu keeps screaming for absolutely no reason. he’s in the “mine” phase so whenever you use anything he starts screaming and fights for whatever you have. and his parents dont even care they just take his side and say “let him have it” or “stop being mean to him, he did nothing wrong”. sometimes i dont know who to slap, the kid or his parents

  • When you ask a child a question. Be prepared for them to say no. I also use “I need you to get your shoes on.” Just an alternative suggestion. Especially with children with special needs. But some great suggestions!

  • My baby is 14 months old soon. Do you have any videos that help with dealing with this age group? He screams from frustration all day long these days. They say to start now with teaching correct behaviour but I have no idea how when he is still so little. He can’t tell me what he wants or he wants things he can’t have. It’s exhausting. �� He even screams for me to pick him up. I do get him to a say the word “Tah” nicely when he is asking for something, but if he can’t have it he starts screaming. And he doesn’t have the word for up yet.

  • Instructions not clear. Put a bag over the kids head and locked her in a closet, but she didn’t stop whining and now the cops are here. Please halp.

  • Sometimes when they’re freaking out you have to literally ignore them and give absolutely no attention at all. I have to do it with my son or he gets 10 times worse even in the store because he’ll throw a fit just to leave the store so I just ignore him and if anyone says anything I just have to explain he has mental health and behavioral health issues so ignoring him is the only option. Taking him out of the store literally gives him what he wants. As soon as we step out he’s fine and when I go back in he starts again. I’ve actually had a lady have to help me get him into the cart because he was fighting so much (both of us barley got him in the cart) and she completely understood what I was dealing with and even said to ignore him cuz leaving wasn’t a choice because we NEEDED food and I had no one to watch him.

  • i’ll give you the simple answer: tantrums are natural,they happen always.if you know you are not the patient type than can stand it, do not make children.easy as that.society is still fixed on the completely retarded ideea that you MUST get married and have kids cause “thats the purpose of you in life” and “you are not a grown up mature person if you don’t get married and have kids”. complete bullshit made up by people that had kids 30-40 years ago when they give no interest in the fact that your kid will grow up with mental issues.and there we are now dealing with those kids “educated” 20-30 years ago, watching them on live tv shooting in schools and churches and movie theaters.simple fact is that dealing with tantrums and screaming episodes is part of being a parent.it happens and it’s like that with any kid.if you can’t resist that,do not have children. we live on a planet that can support about 3-4 billion people and we are over 8 billion.we are many enough, do not worry, population wont be going down.use a damn condom,thats best against tantrums.

  • I’m IvonnElias I have a 2 year old daughter ok so I work as a nursery school teacher and I take my daughter with me but every time we go to leave her at her class she always seems to have a tantrum and screaming fits so loud that I’m afraid of losing my job because she is always doing it I can’t never seem to be able to calm her down what can I do to make it stop it’s so frustrating I feel helpless some days please help!

  • waiting out a tantrum is really very easy if you’ve had a baby that has been crying for hours in their first year. like nothing could calm them down, no one could find a reason.
    now that there’s a visible reason and it’s only lasting for a few minutes piece of cake actually.
    your tips are great btw! it’s always nice to learn other ways to gently handle such situations:)

  • What should I do what if my wife and my mother in-law don’t want to ignore the kid when she whining and they upset with me when I told them to do that. My daughter is 20 months now. Please give me an advice. Many thanks.

  • I found the easiest way to get them to stop is to say I want to whine too. And just start whining over stupid things whine “I want a unicorn that farts rainbows” or “I want to swing from a cloud” really stupid stuff like that. Me and my cousin took her daughter’s to the park and we were getting ready to leave when her youngest started whining that she didn’t want to leave, I was tired and so was her mom and it just popped in my head, what would happen if I stated whining at her. So I started, then her mom started, yes we did get looks from people passing by because here was two grown women whining about unicorns and clouds. But it worked, almost immediately, she stopped and looked at us then the people staring and got so embarrassed that she never whined again, we had explained that that’s how we feel when she whined. Plus for some reason it was a great stress reliever and me and my cousin walked away laughing and smiling about it.

  • You know what, I saw a baby Elephant throwing a temper tantrum, and, all the adult Elephants just kept walking by the baby Elephant, completely ignoring the baby. And, the baby Elephant finally just stopped, and caught up to the other Elephants.

  • Wow! Worst advice ever!! Ignore it, and walk away, and than they begin to scream like psychos.
    Clearly this girl doesn’t have kids…