Your child's first way to show anger is tantrums, but they may not outgrow it as they age.
This may point to disturbed mental well-being.
However, if you help your child overcome anger, tantrums will disappear.
If your child throws a tantrum, you should ignore it so they may understand that tantrums aren't the best communication method.
You should use this technique, especially at home, since no stranger will be disturbed by their tantrum.
However, if you are in public, you have to respond to their tantrums.
Just make sure you don't encourage it.
You can distract them with other things or a new environment, but ensure you don't give them exactly what they want.
Instead, you should only encourage their good habits.
Therefore, you should keep the gifts and rewards for when they do something good.
Doing this will ensure they are motivated to be good and avoid bad things.
Ensuring your child has robust mental well-being is a noble goal, but their anger issues can ruin it.
You can help your child overcome anger by explaining the concept of feelings to them, teaching them how to calm down, not encouraging their tantrums, reducing their exposure to violence, and creating consequences for their actions.
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