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At what age do temper tantrums stop?

At what age do temper tantrums stop?

Tantrums show up in children as young as 12 months and while they normally peak at 3 and 4 years of age, in some kids tantrums continue well into 7, 8 and 9 years old.

Tantrums are a normal phase in human development, however, know that there are definitely better ways to deal with them.

Should you wait them out? Read up!

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How to manage tantrums at dinner

How to manage tantrums at dinner

One of our readers recently reached out for help managing her 2.5 year old boy during mealtimes. Since this is quite a common issue in toddlers, I've decided to share my response in hopes it helps more families manage big feelings during meals.
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What to do when your kids dislike grandma

What to do when your kids dislike grandma

This is one of the less- talked about issues we face as parents, but arguably one of the most stressful ones (yes, even worse than the dreaded tantrums). Despite your efforts to get your kids excited about grandma, despite your love for your own mom or mother in law... for some very strange reason... your baby screams at the sight of grandma.

Here's what to do:

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5 Quick Tips To Avoid Meltdowns During Quarantine

5 Quick Tips To Avoid Meltdowns During Quarantine

The world is going through an unprecedented crisis, facing a pandemic that has forced us to stay home to stop the virus from taking up more lives. The impact to the economy and our lives is massive. We are all experiencing some level of anxiety, depression and even grief for the live we used to have.

For all the families out there staying home with their little toddlers, trying to navigate their big emotions, feeling trapped in the house, here are 5 quick tips to avoid meltdowns:

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What to do when your toddler won't go in his car seat

What to do when your toddler won't go in his car seat

One of our lovely readers is currently dealing with his toddler refusing to go in his car seats, bursting into a tantrum every time they need to ride in the car. Below you will find the tips we shared with her today to get your child to cooperate and ride happily in his car seat:
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