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... My 22 months old daughter recently started to throw tantrums. Most have been at home. I am not sure at what the best way to deal with them. ... (8 replies)
... do I remember the tantrum days! I am really glad my kids are teens now, although, there are a whole different set of issues in dealing with what they try and throw your way, haha. ... (8 replies)
... I agree that ignoring the behavior is the best way to deal with it. ... (7 replies)

... mention that he is fairly emotionally and developmentaly advanced for his age. It just doesnt seem normal that a 15 month old would act like this. I know I need to start handling this properly so that it doesnt get worse. What is the best way to deal with his emotional tantrums? ... (7 replies)
... ew that resulted in him working himself up into such a state he would throw up. That was a chore.. Ignoring wasn't always the answer for him.. he was determined to get our attention one way or another. ... (8 replies)
... Well, my three year old throws them. I am a nanny, and when he starts, I give him two choices. First choice is to stay with me and have fun with what we are doing or whatever it is we have been doing. second choice is to go inside, or to a different room and cry and be alone until he is done. ... (8 replies)
... old DD's tantrums is to try to recognize why she's throwing it and try to avoid it if possible. If I know it's coming up on lunchtime or naptime, she throws more tantrums when she's tired or hungry, so I look for the warning signs that she's ready a little early. Those are relatively easy to avoid. ... (8 replies)
... I was just talking about the SAME thing the other day with a gf. She had said how her father dumped water on her when she started her fits. She didn't have to many after that! I had never thought of it and thought it was funny. My kids so far have never had a tantrum. ... (8 replies)
... i didnt have too many tantrums when my son was that age, but when he did, he would lol nicley lie himself down on the floor and cry and carry on.. ... (8 replies)
... I've learned at pep class, that best thing is ignore like go to another room. ... (8 replies)
... or I redirect his attention to something else. It depends on the level of tantrum. ... (8 replies)
... When she was 12 or 13 we actually attended some therapy sessions due to her outbursts of anger directed towards me on a daily basis that at times brought me to tears. She fought every guideline there was from movies she wanted to watch, having boyfriends, doing homework.... ... (4 replies)
... Replace the pacifier with another object that makes her feel secure. ... (11 replies)
... Your really going to have your hands full in another 5 months. I can see why its so overwhelming for you. For one being pregnant really takes a toll. ... (10 replies)
... I want to thank all of you for the suggestions. ... (10 replies)
... I've had this problem with my son a little. I still do ocassionally. They think if they set there long enough screaming they will get their way. ... (10 replies)
... I do think that you may need professional help but not from a Psychiatrist who would tend to consider medication. I would ask to see a child Psychologist. I have a daughter with anxiety and OCD. She is only 4 and she sees a psychologist. ... (8 replies)
... Thanks Bella! The tylonol incident just made me so fed up I just walked away from him while he was still ranting...I just couldn't listen to him anymore, knowing that I was only helping her when she was in pain. ... (14 replies)




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