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Created by Parentune Support
Updated on Apr 14, 2015

It is Parentune discussion time!!   Share your thoughts with us:   When it comes to controlling temper tantrums of an angry toddler, what is the most effective strategy you have used so far.

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| Apr 16, 2015

I usually take my child to a corner, away from any distraction,wait for a few minutes and once he is calm, I try to reason with him. If he listens and behaves as expected, then he gets a small reward :)

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| Apr 14, 2015

I hug my child , kiss her and tickle her. Take her in my lap. Try to calm her down. When she is quiet, I listen to her demands and tell her if that is feasible or not. If not what can be done instead. most of the times the trick works Wonders.

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| Apr 14, 2015

Being a bit firm at times when the child is just not listening or speaking angrily is the way out,maybe not talking to the child for sometime may also work.

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| Apr 14, 2015

I tell my son "I won't respond unless you calm down and speak properly because I don't understand what you are trying to say when you are angry" and then I leave him alone for a while to calm down.

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| Apr 14, 2015

It depends on every child actually. What I does is try to distract her mind to her favourite activity she liked the most to soothe her

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| Apr 14, 2015

Giving my child a time out is something that works effectively in controlling temper.

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