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Guest Article- Dealing with Temper Tantrums by Cascia T. Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 10:20am All children have temper tantrums as their expression of anger and frustration. It is a part of development stage of children. This shows the ways to deal with temper tantrums. My oldest daughter struggled with temper tantrums until she was about 10. It can be tough to deal with a child throwing a fit. If your child is being defiant, out of c ... Read on »
Amazing Minds: The Science of Nurturing Your Child (and Prevent Temper Tantrums) by Jennifer Lance Patient Expert Posted Tue 10 Jan 2012 12:00am Hello there! If you are new here, you might want to for updates on this topic. Every parent who has witnessed their child evolve from a newborn to a toddler can confirm their child’s mind is amazing!  Scientists now confirm what good parents have know for a long time:  games, activities, “quality” time with your child nur ... Read on »
Self Soothing Techniques to Help Your Child Deal With Temper Tantrums by Cascia T. Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:13am 2 Comments Young children have temper tantrums for many different reasons. It could be due to frustrations if they lack the language skills to communicate their wants or needs. Some toddlers have melt downs if they are tired, egocentric or have a hard time understanding someone else's perspective, or she could be asserting her growing independence and identi ... Read on »
How to Control Your Child's Temper Tantrums by Cascia T. Posted Sun 12 Jul 2009 10:15pm As a mother of three, soon to be four I understand how frustrating it can be to have a strong willed seemingly uncontrollable child. I remember when my oldest used to throw temper tantrums nearly every day. She would scream and yell and even destroy her room. I thought there would be no end to the fits. Temper tantrums usually begin during t ... Read on »
I love my kid, just not his age. by Atlanta Mom .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 01 Nov 2012 9:39am When my older son was born I was in pure survival mode for months.  I had no sense of what age I liked best (though I had had preconceived notions that I would adore the newborn stage) because I was not really experiencing motherhood emotionally or physically.  My postpartum depression and anxiety kept me emotionally detached even when I was ph ... Read on »
Table talk (Thoughts on talking to your young children about an upcoming Fontan procedure) by Sabrina V. Posted Sat 06 Feb 2010 3:30pm Life is pretty much the same at our house as it at any other. The girls are in school Monday through Thursday (still clinging on to that last day of the week with them, but it’s becoming increasingly more difficult with each career leap). They go to school in our tiny village, and I pick them up around 5 o’clock each day and bring them ho ... Read on »
I'll never be a grandmother. I'll never be a mom. by Jennifer aka Beautiful MInd Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sat 14 May 2011 12:00am My maternal grandmother was down from a northern state visiting here recently, and I love her dearly, so it was great to see her for the first time in a year. I went several years without seeing her at all when I was very ill, not diagnosed or treated, estranged from all of my family. Hard feelings built up in many of my family members towards ... Read on »
Wanna See My Strong Character? Bring it ON! by Jodi Cutler Del Dottore Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:48pm I just got home after the usual 24 hour marathon Easter event with my husband's family to find that I have just been attacked on my own humble, giving, loving, awareness-provoking blog. *rolling up sleeves* Oh, where to begin. With Mafalda: i do perfectly agree with you for the puke and vomit part. i was just wonder ... Read on »
How To Make Kids Listen by Joy .. Posted Fri 30 Jul 2010 8:17pm If anyone has the secret ingredient to getting kids to listen I am ALL ears! I cannot tell you how many times today I told my kids to clean up the playroom. I will tell my kids to do something and they'll blatantly ignore me, whine, walk away, start to listen and then stop... it gets to the point that I'm raising my voice and I hate that. I don't ... Read on »
Discipline - is spanking really all that bad? by Elizabeth .. Posted Wed 11 Mar 2009 3:40pm My family had lunch with my friend Suzanne and her crew the other day. The last time I saw her was two years ago, when Truman and I drove two hours to her small town to visit with her and her two boys. Truman was barely 3 then and he tornadoed through their house, destroying a lamp and nearly giving her 2-year-old a concussion when he lobbed ... Read on »