Nest Heads by John Allen

Nest Heads

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  1. paha_siga

    paha_siga said, over 3 years ago

    Getting pointers how to melt down may actually cause said meltdown to stop. ;) My children as toddlers never really learned how to throw a tantrum. Once the older tried, very carefully, to throw himself on floor (with the expression of “I have heard/seen that’s what I am supposed to do when I want something”), but he still hit his head, so I suggested going and throwing himself on bed instead and before you knew, we were frolicking and rolling there and… wait, what was it we came here for anyway?

  2. Felix The Cat

    Felix The Cat said, over 3 years ago


    In short, they learned that tantrums didn’t “work”. Kids are very adept at finding out what works. If you respond to tantrums by giving in, indicating to them that tantrums and public scenes “work”, expect to have a lot of tantrums and public scenes.

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