Childish Tantrums

A childish tantrum is a fierce emotional outburst in response to frustration.

The tantrums usually occur at the end of the first year, are most common in the 2nd-4th Age (twos) and are rare after the age of 5. When tantrums after the age of 5 occur frequently, they can persist throughout childhood.

A childish tantrum is a fierce emotional outburst in response to frustration. The tantrums usually occur at the end of the first year, are most common in the 2nd-4th Age (twos) and are rare after the age of 5. When tantrums after the age of 5 occur frequently, they can persist throughout childhood. The causes are frustration, fatigue and hunger. Children can also have tantrums when they want to draw attention to themselves, have something or do not want to do something. Parents often feel guilty because they believe that these outbreaks reveal their bad education, the true cause is a combination of the child’s personality, the present circumstances and the normal developmental behavior. An underlying mental, physical or social problem is rarely the cause, but is likely if the tantrums last for about 15 minutes or occur several times a day. Among the tantrums may include: roaring cries wines To beat on the floor rolling with the foot stomp with objects throw the child is red in the face and lashes out or occurs with the feet. Some children hold their breath consciously for a few seconds and then begin again to breathe normally (as opposed to Schrecksynkopen by breath-holding – Schrecksynkopen by breath retention). Although providing a safe environment for children is important so that they can calm down (eg. As a time-out time-out technology), many children find it difficult to stop their tantrums by itself. In most cases, a study of the cause of Wutausbruchs is counterproductive. It is therefore better to distract the child and offer him a new perspective. The child can often more calm when it is physically removed from the situation.

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