Do we think it is absurd for children to be angry? Even children with the best behavior sometimes get into a bad mood if their friends or even their relatives upset them. Have you come across multiple occurrences that show how children express their anger? Most begin with cries that lead to screaming, then start kicking, hitting and breathing hard. These manifestations take place at the age of one to three years and occur with both genders.
This mood, anger, or temperamental overload can occur regularly in some children, while in other children, it may be occasional. Some children are more likely to have angry outbursts than others are, and this may be due to the environment, their education, or the lack of appropriate parenting.
What can be the cause of this tantrum?
In reality, these children try to dominate the world in their own little way, and when they cannot, they often use one of the tools available to excite their frustration. Many parents who have experienced this tantrum are aware of the various causes of their children’s anger. For example, when a child cannot speak words, he shows it via attitudes or outbursts. If they want something and do not get it, it will undoubtedly manifest into a tantrum due to their lack of ability to express their frustrations appropriately.
As a result, tantrums are often the result of children’s frustrations with problems around them; this is an inevitable part of their life as they grow up.
Do you know that the language skills that children acquire can reduce the level of a tantrum? During the second year of their life, as they seek to adopt the language, the level of tantrum decreases. Therefore, parents are obliged to help these children to adopt language through words, which will reduce the risk of developing a fighting habit.
When children focus on language acquisition, it creates a distraction to express angry outbursts. You can also start a new activity to replace what frustrates them. As a result, learn how to take advantage of your child’s attention span by providing a replacement routine. Do not limit yourself to reject the offers of your children; parents should try to consider such a request by considering themselves as when they were children, and take action where possible to avoid an explosion.
As parents, be sure to reward your children for their positive response to instruction. It will teach them that playing well will be of great benefit to their parents’ happiness. For a child, any type of attention is better than no attention at all. Try to establish a habit of always telling your children how good they are and how better they can become. Rewarding your child with attention and praise that, in turn, will lead to a more positive behavior.