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    Q. Our 2-year-old grandson will stay with us for a couple of weeks this summer. He tends to have tantrums. Any advice on how to handle these?

    A. Frustration is usually at the heart of a tantrum. Toddlers especially can become disappointed and angry in their quest to learn new skills and do things on their own. But, sometimes, they're just being bossy or want something they can't have.

    To minimize tantrums, try to avoid unnecessary battles. Child-proof your home ahead of time by putting breakables out of reach. That will reduce the number of times you have to say "no." Offer simple choices (for example, choosing between two shirts to wear), and praise positive behavior. If you sense a tantrum brewing, try to divert his attention to a less frustrating activity.

    Once a tantrum erupts, it's like a storm - you usually have to wait it out. Keep your own emotions in check. Attempting to reason with him may only fuel the outburst.

    If he's not in danger of hurting himself, ignore the tantrum (or give it the least amount of attention possible), but stay nearby. Continue your normal activities as best you can. However, if you're worried he might hurt himself, move him to a safe place or consider holding him through the tantrum.

    When the tantrum subsides, speak in a reassuring tone and tell him that he did a good job of getting himself under control. In addition, if he seems to need it, hold him for a few quiet moments so he can regain his composure.

    Finally, and perhaps most important, don't give in to the demands that may have set off his tantrum. Doing so only reinforces his feelings of power and control over you. is not a comercial or official site. all opinions provided at drugsboat are personal opinions and should not be taken too seriously, but considered. drugsboat holds no responsibility for any negative consequences of it's contents. information is here free for taking, it's visitor's responsibility to use it in a proper way.