Reason Out The Issue With Your Child Once They Are Calmer
Tantrums are a part of a child’s growing up years. At this age, your kid has still not learnt to control and deal with his emotions properly, resulting in sudden uncontrollable outbursts. At such times, you may get heated up too, but it is vitally important that you do not raise your voice or your hand on your child.
If your child is throwing a tantrum, calmly but firmly tell him to go to his room and that you will talk to him only when he has cooled down. Do not give in to his whining or shouting. If you do so, he will only throw a bigger tantrum the next time he wants something.
Leave your kid alone to calm down. Then talk to him gently and try to resolve the issue in a productive manner. Ask your child to verbalise his demand and reason it out rather than cry for it. Do not let your child see that you can be frustrated into reacting.