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The busy commuting lifestyle can be brutal for young parents.  It’s hard enough to find time at home, and especially when children are young, it’s hard to get everything done before bedtime, and everyone out the door in the morning again.  This course has great practical help for parents of children up to age ten, along with worksheets and discussion questions to help you process what you’re learning.

If you’re parenting with a partner, ask them to watch or listen to the same content as you, so you can discuss the question when you’re back in one place.

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Parenting Children - September 19, 2012

Day 36 - Helping our children manage their anger - Toddler tantrums

• normal toddler behavior between twenty months and four years old
• you are not a bad parent
• remember HALT
• think ahead - distractions, choices, routines

When faced with full-blown tantrum

• assume impassive face and body language
• if in public, stay close or hold with firm hug till anger subsides
• once over don't show too much relief

Question:
For you, what will be hardest about reacting to a tantrum in this way? Why?

From Series: "Parenting Children Ages 0-10"

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