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There are 19 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Set reasonable behavioral expectations. For example, it may not be reasonable to ask your 8-year old to stay seated and quiet for several hours at a time. Think about creating rules with the help of the child. This may provide them with more of an incentive to follow the rules since they had a say in making them. If your child has demonstrated that they are able to comply with certain behavioral expectations but does not do so consistently, this is likely an act of intentional defiance.
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Recognize these situations and impose discipline appropriately. Take time to explain your expectations to your child, free from other distractions like television or toys. You may even want to write them down and post them somewhere in house that they will see everyday as teachers often do in elementary classrooms.
Stay calm during a tantrum. Children throwing tantrums are often trying to provoke a reaction.
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Yelling, threatening, pleading with them to stop, or simply giving into their demands may or may not stop the tantrum in the short term but will not teach them to behavior maturely. Set an example by staying calm and staying firm on your position. Your child may continue their tantrum for a time but will likely eventually recognize that they are not getting their desired reaction, tire themselves out, and find more mature ways to get your attention in the future.
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While your child will have to learn to deal with situations where they are not in control, you may be able to alleviate these situations by giving them a small amount of control. For example, if your child expresses a desire to dress themselves, lay out 2 or 3 acceptable clothing options and let them chose.
You can do the same for meal options and recreational activities, among other things. Working with your child like this will make them feel empowered.
If the tantrum occurs in public and you find it urgent to diffuse the situation, have a backup plan for pacifying them, such as giving them a lollipop or agreeing to do something they like later. It is not good to give in consistently so if you find their public behavior consistently problematic, arrange for homecare when you need to attend a public gathering.
Practice active listening. Children often feel powerless and unheard, leading to tantrums and defiant behavior. Let your child express themselves and react without judgment or evaluation. Instead, recognize the point they are making and repeat it back to them to express that you respect their feelings and are trying to genuinely understand them. This will not only demonstrate empathetic maturity to them but make it more likely that they will respect and understand your response.
Active listening is about demonstrating maturity and empathy so your child learns by example. Reward good behavior. Providing a clear incentive for good behavior is just as important as deterring bad behavior. When your child does comply with your commands, you should, at a minimum, express gratitude and admiration for their good behavior.
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