Inside: If your toddler acts angry and aggressive toward you or others, knowing these three triggers may help prevent their intense, rage-driven behavior. While anger and aggression in toddlers is very common, it can be easily tamed by limiting these three simple things. I could see it happening again. The storm brewing behind her clear blue eyes. My 3 year old clenched her fists tight,
Figuring out how to stop a toddler from hitting is no easy task! And if you are a first time mom, it's even more shocking. Right up there with with potty training kids who won't poop on the toilet and getting your toddler to stop whining. How you help your child stop hitting will look
If you're lost on how to deal with aggressive toddler behavior here some great tips. From prevention to in the moment to after the behavior occurs, these tips will help you help your toddler deal with their emotions in a healthy way.
Toddlers are impulsive, emotional little beings. While it is not socially acceptable - or even kind, it is very common for toddlers to act out by hitting people and throwing things. Here's 5 tips to stop toddler hitting and throwing.