Children often express their frustration through tantrums, and although some express their desires and emotions only in this way, other cases are less frequent and only marked intolerance to certain situations.
The role of parents
Many times these scenes of screaming and crying that seem to find comfort can not be avoided, although it is good that parents maintain certain standards of organization and management of situations that allow effective control tantrums.
So when we tell the child something that we know it will not be pleasant, or prohibit something you liked, you must think about some strategies to make it easier to accept.
What to do when having a tantrum
In this case, the most important is not to deny that an excess of anger also can generate a danger to him or others. In those moments of anger, the child can hit, scratch or break things that once the situation will only prove that nobody can control it.
Parents should try to hold them gently to achieve calm and relax, without pointing out that a violent physical domination. The tone must also show serenity. If you argue with them or scream, just achieve the same thing in response, and that anger is very contagious and can alter them further.
Temper tantrums should not be rewarded or punished. Otherwise, little will accept that this is a natural way to negotiate those things and situations that do not like or want.
As children grow, the uncontrolled anger will disappear and you will be less extreme frustration in their daily lives, and learn to understand limits. The progressive loss of the fears he will also speak freely and to understand that most of the requirements and restrictions imposed are reasonable parents.