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Tantrum Toddler

Temper tantrum is a common occurrence in the social development of children. Every so often, they get frustrated because of the reality they do no longer have the language talents to express themselves clearly. Yet they are are a normal part of child development. They are the way young children show others that they're upset or frustrated and would react to their environment. Toddlers are very involved with their very own wishes and ideas. This is why we can't expect them to be happy and caring towards others always, and they shouldn’t be expected to do so. You need to make certain that they could explore and discover their emotions in a surrounding that is secure for them, without fear of punishment.

What Is Indulgent Parenting?

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Indulgent Paraenting

Indulgent parenting, also known as permissive parenting, is one of the four parenting styles defined by psychologists. In indulgent parenting, parents tend to be very lenient and sometimes excessively loving toward their children. Also, read on the website What is Permissive Parenting? What Parenting Style Is Associated with Child Aggression? They focus on providing all…

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Parenting a Child Who Has Intense Emotions

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Parenting for emotional child

Parenting a child with intense emotions can be stressful, especially when parents are not equipped with enough relevant information about the issue. Many children who suffer from anxiety disorders express intense emotions by throwing tantrums and crying hysterically at the slightest provocation. These behaviors can negatively impact the growth and development of a child; they…

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How to Nurture Your Toddler’s Brain in Order to Raise a Positive, Well-Balanced, and Emotive Adult

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Toddlers Brain Development

Despite the wealth of information available, effective parenting in a defective world is a tough job because toddlers have an overwhelming amount of needs. Children’s needs are not just physical. They have numerous emotional and psychological needs as well. Parents need to be physically and emotionally available for their toddlers. Patience and emotional attentiveness are…

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Distress Tantrums or Nero Tantrums: How to Tell Them Apart and Raise Emotionally Stable Toddlers

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Dealing Distress Tantrums or Nero Tantrums

The toddler years are marked by many unexpected and often unpleasant changes, such as temper tantrums and meltdowns. That’s why these years are also called “terrible twos” (or threes). Parenting with grace can help parents cope with this difficult and tricky phase. With time and experience, parents may realize that temper tantrums can differ in…

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