How to Control Your Child’s Temper Tantrums
As a mother of three, soon to be four I understand how frustrating it can be to have a strong willed seemingly uncontrollable child. I remember when my oldest used to throw temper tantrums nearly every day. She would scream and yell and even destroy her room. I thought there would be no end to the fits.
Temper tantrums usually begin during the toddler years and by the time your child reaches age 4 or 5 they should start getting less frequent. Some children continue to have temper tantrums at age 6, age 7 or 8 or in my case age 10 and sometimes age 12.
If you are struggling with your child’s temper tantrums I found this great program created by a dad who understands what it is like to have a difficult child who throws temper tantrums.
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His program will teach you how to stop the power struggle with your child and regain control as quickly as possible, what not to say to your child, a communication tool that will make your child listen to you every single time and how to develop a close relationship with your child so you can be confident in handling any situation.
His program is designed for parents who love their children but her behavior is disrupting the family’s environment. Just read these comments from parents who have used the program.
At first, I didn’t know what to expect. I’ve tried every parenting method I could get my hands on. ‘How is this one different’, I asked myself. But WOW! My daughter really DID improve her behavior in that first week. I really couldn’t believe it, but YES– This works and I highly recommend you get your hands on it FAST.
–BM- Concord, Main
I have been extremely happy with the CDs. Our 4 year old’s ability to behave more in line with our requests has improved and she has been more willing to try new activities. Plus, she is screaming a whole lot less. I couldn’t believe how fast her improvements came.
–CB- San Diego, CA
If you are looking for an answer to your child’s temper tantrums you have to take a look at The Dream Child Method today.