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POSTIVE PARENTING TIPS FOR TANTRUMS

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Tantrums are uncontrolled outburst of anger and frustration

Tantrums are uncontrolled outburst of anger and frustration W H Y M I G H T

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Children result to aggressive behavior when they are unable or have a difficult time expressing themselves.

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· Uncontrolled crying

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Not having a warm positive relationship, insecure attachment, strict and inconsistent discipline, inadequate supervision, family conflicts and maternal depression can affect a child's emotional and behavioral problems.

supervision, family conflicts and maternal depression can affect a child's emotional and behavioral problems.

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Practice Parental Coping Strategies

S I T I V E S T Y L E S Practice Parental Coping Strategies

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Parenting can be stressful, overwhelming, or even cause you to feel alone. Establishing a support system can relieve some stress

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Engaging in fun activities with your children promotes a more positive parent-child relationship

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promotes a more positive parent-child relationship S E E K P R O F E S

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Uncontrolled events may occur in our life, for example lifestyle changes, death in the family, and unemployment You may have to cope with your child's developmental, mental or social issues. Seeking professional help could help with these stressors

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Parental coping strategies play an important role in the development of parents and their attitude towards their children.

1. Studies show parents practicing coping strategies demonstrate more positive parenting skills. 2. Studies have shown that the reactions between parents and their child are correlated with one another, the stress experienced by parents negatively affects the child’s health.

their child are correlated with one another, the stress experienced by parents negatively affects the child’s

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1. Practice being verbal- Praise your child for good behavior “ Nice Coloring Buddy”

your child for good behavior “ Nice Coloring Buddy” 2. Do not use the word "no"

2. Do not use the word "no" as an one way street, replace "no" with a desired action “ No running in the house, lets go outside to run and play”

3. Provide your child with a choice “ shared control “ give your child an option this or that "Would you like cookies or chips".

4. Are you understanding your child ? Talk on your child’s level and explore their world.

5. Give your child small dosages of attention for example

each time you walk pass your child rub their head, compliment your child on an activity they are participating in

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Gulliford, H., Deans, J., Frydenberg, E., & Liang, R. (2015). Australian Psychologist. Teaching Coping Skills In The Context Of Positive Parenting Within A Preschool Setting. Retrieved from

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Scott, E. (n.d.). Help Your Child Build Coping Skills. Retrieved from https://www.verywellmind.com/coping-skills-for-parents-

and-kids-3144836

Parenting & Stress: Developing Your Own Coping Strategies. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://adrenalfatiguesolution.com/parenting-stress/

Fugiwara, T., Kato, N., & Sanders, M. R. (2011). Effectiveness Of Group Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) In Changing Child Behavior, Parenting Style, and Parental Adjustment: An Intervention Study In Japan. Retrieved from http://web.a.ebscohost.com.proxy.library.kent.edu/ehost/pdfvie

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