Tuesday, April 16, 2013
How to Avoid Meltdowns in Public
By Marcia Hall - gonannies.com nanny expert
Parents fear that moment in the store when all eyes are on them because their adorable child is having a full body temper tantrum. They will go to great links to avoiding these meltdowns in public, even giving into every unreasonable demand the non-rational child is making. However, there are ways to escape this dreaded experience without giving in to every request.
Limit the amount of errands in a day you do with your child.
Prepare the child ahead of time.
Help the child release frustrations before heading out in public.
Provide some kind of non-monetary reward for behaving in a helpful manner.
Give the child a job to do to distract him when he is starting to lose it.
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