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Toddlers and tantrums are nearly synonymous with each other.
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There is a reason why they call it the terrible twos and the horrible threes. These tantrums are more times than not your child being frustrated because they feel they are not being heard or understood.
They are at that age where they realize they can exert some independence and have the ability to communicate what they want or make a desired change.
When they don’t know how to effectively control their emotions they can lash out by yelling, biting or throwing things.
That said, you’ll be happy to know that many tantrums are avoidable. Since tantrums are an expression of lack of control / power, toddlers who feel they do have some control with definitely have fewer tantrums than those who don’t.
So here are 6 tips on how to talk to your toddler with bad behavior and if you’re interested in more Parenting news, [thrive_2step id=’582′]Grab your FREE REPORT today [/thrive_2step]