How To Tackle One Of The Hardest Parts Of Toddlerhood
6. Put Them In Time Out
When a tantrum escalates or involves physical aggression, you can enforce a time out. You need a designated spot, preferably a boring one. Know when enough is enough. The Mayo Clinic suggests one minute for each year of your child's age. A brief period of isolation allows your child to cool off and work on their self-soothing skills.