Tag Archives: Toddler emotion

Taking the Brunt of a Child’s Anger… And Still Finding Connection

When I arrived home from work the other day, I was greeted with the sounds of children in distress and a husband at the end of his tether. It had been a long, sick week for the family and being … Continue reading

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Making it Through Witching Hour… Without Losing It!

I often wonder what our neighbours think we are doing to our children as their screams echo around the walls of our house during the afternoon witching or arsenic hour as it is commonly known. As much as we thoroughly prepare for … Continue reading

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Toddler Tantrum Therapy

Tantrums in shopping centres are never good but much good can come of them. When a toddler tests limits it can be a sure sign they are in need of an emotional release. Time for some healing therapy. We had one … Continue reading

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Coping With a Toddler Tantrum in a Stressful Situation

I am a relief teacher. Sometimes I get called into work early in the morning and have to rush to be ready in time but luckily, more often I am given advanced warning. Today I had received the call the night before … Continue reading

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