How to Manage Anger and Tantrums of your kid | Hungama Kids
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Hello Parents, One thing that all the parents would agree
is, whether its an infant or a teenager, their anger or tantrums do irritate you. It is still an easy task to control younger
kids but how to deal with bigger kids? Well, let’s talk about that. ATTENTION: You may not believe but the truth is that about 80% of the time, a child’s anger or
their tantrums are all about getting your attention. Yes!! Whether academics or sports or social, whenever you are unavailable for your child, he or she will device means to demonstrate this by their anger. For Example: a small kid might lie flat on the
floor in public and embarrass you or a teenager might slam her room door on your face. CHANGE: Research also states that children get uncomfortable in any kind of change in their routine life…. for eg if a guest lands up and you offer your kid’s room to them and ask your kid to adjust or with respect to small kids, whenever there is a change in their timetable.. like sleep
time or eating time, they start getting irritated and will get into a tantrum – throwing tangent. Besides, there can be issues like induction from other kids in school with respect to behavior or depressing environment in the colony or non-communicative environment of the house, to name a few. The only solution to curb this is – communication. Yes If you make an attempt to discuss with your child about their daily activities in school, tuitions or their personal feelings, it will
not let any kind of anger grow inside them and this can, in turn, lead to much healthy
and wholesome development of their personalities. It is imperative that you make ‘time for your
child’ as your number 1 priority. Also, make sure you behave with them, the
way you want them to behave with you. In spite of our suggestions, kindly refer
to a psychiatrist should you feel that anger is a major issue your kid is dealing with. Hope you find this video helpful. Do like and share this video and don’t forget to subscribe to Hungama Kids.

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  1. Hello Parents, One thing that all the parents would agree is, whether its an infant or a teenager, their anger or tantrums do irritate you. It is still an easy task to control younger kids but how to deal with bigger kids? Well, let's talk about that. ATTENTION: You may not believe but the truth is that about 80% of the time, a child’s anger or their tantrums are all about getting your attention. Yes! Whether academics or sports or social, whenever you are unavailable for your child, he or she will device means to demonstrate this by their anger. For Example: a small kid might lie flat on the floor in public and embarrass you or a teenager might slam her room door on your face. CHANGE: Research also states that children get uncomfortable in any kind of change in their routine life for eg if a guest lands up and you offer your kid’s room to them and ask your kid to adjust or with respect to small kids, whenever there is a change in their timetable.. like sleep time or eating time, they start getting irritated and will get into a tantrum – throwing tangent. Besides, there can be issues like induction from other kids in school with respect to behavior or depressing environment in the colony or non-communicative environment of the house, to name a few. The only solution to curb this is communication. Yes If you make an attempt to discuss with your child about their daily activities in school, tuitions or their personal feelings, it will not let any kind of anger grow inside them and this can, in turn, lead to much healthy and wholesome development of their personalities. It is imperative that you make 'time for your child' as your number 1 priority. Also, make sure you behave with them, the way you want them to behave with you. In spite of our suggestions, kindly refer to a psychiatrist should you feel that anger is a major issue your kid is dealing with. Hope you find this video helpful. Do like and share this video and don’t forget to subscribe to Ruckus Kids.

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