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Developmental Concerns:Temper Tantrums in Children
2010-02-03
Name: Editor Has your child ever thrown temper tantrums? How did you deal with it? When did your child throw temper tantrums?

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2010-02-03
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Name: Ashni
Subject:  How to deal with temper tantrums
Parents should make it known to the child that throwing temper tantrums is not proper behaviour. While dealing with temper tantrums, the ultimate goal of the parents should be teaching the child more appropriate and mature ways to deal with anger. Help your child learn coping skills in situations where he would have normally thrown a tantrum.
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2010-02-03
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Name: Shalini
Subject:  Terrible twos temper tantrums
This article really helped me a lot. I was looking for some advice related to how to deal with temper tantrums in children. This information is very helpful and I will practice it. Dealing with toddler temper tantrums is quite a tough job. The age of two is also known as terrible twos temper tantrums because temper tantrums are most common at this age.
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2010-02-03
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Name: Ritu
Subject:  Severe temper tantrums
I have seen that mostly temper tantrums are common in children at the age of two. My child used to throw temper tantrums when he was a kid but luckily he stopped after three. When he wanted a toy in the shop, he used to pinch and cry till we brought it for him. Temper tantrums at home can be handled more easily than temper tantrums in public.
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