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Preventive measures can often prevent tantrums. And when you can’t avoid the tantrum, you can use it as an opportunity to connect with your child!Article
What Your Child Wishes You Knew When She Acts Out
When your child misbehaves, that's an SOS.Article
Why Kids Sometimes Hit After They Feel Close
Most of us are taken aback when our child lashes out after a nice time together. But it's BECAUSE we connected that he's showing us his pain.Article
When You Just Don't Have Time for The Meltdown
Your child is falling apart, but you have to leave this minute. What to do when you just don't have time for the meltdown.Article
When Your Toddler Hits You: A Script
When toddlers hit, they need us to set firm limits to stop them -- while we help them feel safe and understood.Article
When Your Child Hits You: A Script
Here's your script to regain your calm and head off future hitting.Article
When Empathy Doesn't "Work"
When your empathy doesn't "work," consider whether you're really connecting.Article
What If Your Child Crosses the Line?
The best way to teach your child a lesson when his behavior goes over the line.Article
When friends and family criticize your parenting
It's easy to feel defensive when other people question our parenting practices.Article
Managing Your Toddler: TANTRUMS!
Tantrums are normal for toddlers. That said, you'll be glad to know that many tantrums are avoidable. Here's how to tame those toddler tantrums...