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Parenting Tips for Combating the Terrible Two’s and Temper Tantrums

A few weeks ago my son moved to a new room at daycare and every since it seems as if he is throwing more fits and tantrums at home.  I know that there is a stigma attached to two year old children and parents must realize that all two year old’s go through a phase often referred to as the terrible twos.  I never really cared for that name “terrible twos” because I feel that a child that is two years old doesn’t have the necessary skills to properly communicate their wants, needs, and emotions.  I also, realize that most two year old’s are acting out because they are frustrated because they don’t know how to properly communicate. 

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Comment by Andrea Phillips on July 18, 2013 at 12:22pm

Loved the post! but I have been having issues with my 2 year old and her tantrums she gets soo angry when she doesnt want something! Its not a regular tantrum it's like she goes in to a trance of some sort! talking wont work, I tried the timeout and it just makes it worse! Has this happend to you? the trance like tantrum? What do u do? Thankx! Andrea

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