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Temper Tantrums

more about Temper Tantrums

Acting-out behavior is an example.

  • A temper tantrum is behavior in response to unmet needs or desires.
  • This behavior usually occurs around the ages of 2-4 years.

  • Falling down, crying, and kicking, regardless of place, time, or surrounding environment.

  • An inability to control emotions due to decreased frustration tolerance.
  • Sibling jealousy
  • Antagonism between the child and the parents
  • Physical discomfort

  • Move child to safe place and let him/or her alone until he/she calms down.
  • Do not leave younger children alone during a temper tantrum.
  • Positive reinforcement

  • Special Information
    1. If your child is less than 1 year old, or older than 4 years, and displays other aggressive or violent behavior, or has problems with eating, sleeping, or playing, he/she may have underlying problems requiring diagnosis and treatment.
    2. For an in-depth discussion of parent-child issues, including temper tantrums, see the Psychology Section, Parent-Child Forum Q & A, in these web pages.

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