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2 Year Old Has Constant Temper Tantrums | Supernanny

What to do about toddler tantrums? This family need help with their 2 year old. More tips here on how to deal with toddler tantrums

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How To Deal With Toddler Tantrums

Oh no, my toddler is throwing a tantrum! Well don’t panic, like any storm that comes, it will pass. In today’s episode, me and Vicki are going to talk about how to deal with toddler tantrums – the right way! And yes, there is a right way to handle it so stay tuned!

00:13 Throwing tantrums is part of being a toddler
00:55 They don’t have the ability to regulate their own emotions
01:23 When you can expect that it is coming, it’s easier to stay calm
01:55 Refrain from giving in so you don’t reinforce the tantrum
03:30 Extinction curve
04:23 Outlast them
05:01 Because we can’t control it, you can do something to contain it
06:56 Think about who you can enlist to help you
08:03 All storms pass
08:40 They are influenced heavily by their primary caregivers

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Gentle Parenting for Toddlers – Calm Tantrums & Set Limits with Positive Discipline

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These are my thoughts on Gentle Parenting for toddlers – dealing with Toddler Tantrums gently and setting limits positively. It’s not always possible every time but I love these techniques and always feel having them ‘up my sleeve’ helps when I am dealing with a tantrum or when I’m teaching her new things. I really like this style but it doesn’t suit everyone – what do you think?
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Jordan Peterson – How to deal with your Child's Temper Tantrums

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Psychology Professor Dr. Jordan B. Peterson tells a story about how he dealt with his kid’s temper tantrum.

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How to Survive Toddler Temper Tantrums

Temper tantrums and power struggles are common occurrences in families of toddlers. Dealing with these behaviors can be frustrating for both the adult and the child. Join Kim Hoover, MD, with Cone Health Outpatient Behavioral Health and a member of Cone Health Medical Group, to learn strategies for surviving temper tantrums.


Toddler Parenting Tips : How to Prevent a Toddler's Temper Tantrum

Prevent a toddler’s temper tantrum by removing yourself from the environment if possible. Discover how to prevent toddler temper tantrums with expert tips from a licensed psychotherapist in this free video about early childhood development.

Expert: Donna Williams, PhD
Bio: Donna Williams is a Licensed Psychotherapist, and she has her PhD in Early Childhood Education and Development, a B.A. in psychology and an M.A. in Counseling Education.
Filmmaker: Christopher Rokosz


HUGE Toddler Tantrum in Restaurant | Jo Frost: Nanny On Tour

Jo Frost tries to control a huge toddler tantrum which disrupts the whole restaurant.
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Dealing With Common Toddler Behavior Problems

Dana Obleman ( shares advice for parents about solving common behavior problems in children and toddlers. Is your toddler fighting, biting, kicking, not going to sleep? In this video, Dana outlines strategies and tips for parents on handling toddler behavior problems. Improve your parenting skills, and great healthy habits in kids.


Extreme Toddler Tantrums – What's Normal? What's not?

This video is about “What are NOT Typical Toddler Tantrums?”

“Kids vary in their temperament and in their responses to frustrating experiences. Temper tantrums are a typical phase of development for most children and are often exacerbated when children are tired, hungry, and disappointed. Tantrums are likely related to children’s struggle to express themselves and their need to assert control over their environment. Fortunately, most children’s tantrums begin to subside in intensity and frequency by 3 years of age, when their language skills enable them to express their needs and wants, and their capacity for self-regulation has grown.

— Temper tantrums might be cause for concern when –

~Child has more than 10 to 20 discrete tantrum episodes on separate days at home during a 30-day period.
~Child has more than five tantrums a day on multiple days while at school or outside of home/ school during a 30-day period.
~Tantrums regularly last longer than 25 minutes on average
~Child is unable to calm himself/herself (., frequently requires assistance from a caregiver) and shows very limited capacity for self-regulation regardless of tantrum intensity, frequency, or context.
~During tantrum, child consistently shows aggression (e.g., hitting, kicking, biting, spitting or throwing directed toward a caregiver or an object).
~Child attempts to hurt himself/herself (e.g., head-banging, scratching or hitting himself/herself) during tantrums.
~Tantrums are accompanied by other atypical behaviors, such as self-stimulating behaviors that may not be injurious, atypical social responses, or aspects of mood that seem unusual to the situation.
~Tantrums seem exaggerated (i.e., child has strong reaction to seemingly minor events or changes in routine) or without clear pattern or trigger (e.g., when the child is hungry or tired).
~The presence of these signs does not necessarily suggest an ASD or even pathology. It does suggest that the child may warrant evaluation and further discussion, and possibly screening for behavior and developmental challenges is indicated.”

Suggested Citation: Harstad L. Baum C, Yatchmink Y. Temper Tantrums. Developed for the Autism Case Training: A Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrics Curriculum. 2013.
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