Childhood tantrums begin at the age of two but often last until the kid is four years old, despite the term “terrible twos” being used to describe them. Tantrums in older kids are possible, but they ought to be less often and less difficult for them to recover from. Because toddlers start to push boundaries at this age and struggle to express themselves and keep emotional control when they do, tantrums are prevalent at this age. Instead, they could lose control and explode with rage and emotion. These behaviors decrease when kids acquire language abilities and emotional self-control.
Tantrums are common, but as a parent, they can be incredibly upsetting and embarrassing. A youngster throwing a temper tantrum is frequently exhausted, hungry, unhappy, or in public. These situations can make it much harder for a parent to handle a tantrum in a way that promotes growth for their kid rather than restricting or exacerbating the behavior. The terrible twos can be more tolerable, though, if a strategy is in place. Temper tantrums may be prevented, and they can also be controlled after they have begun. We’ll discuss both.