Avoid baby tantrums
Although tantrums are part of some babies’ daily lives, some babies may not often lose their temper. However, no matter how likely your baby is to lose his temper, in many cases, you can plan his life to avoid losing his temper, and most of the time, control the frustration within his tolerance limit. Try to avoid losing your baby’s temper at any time without sacrificing your own limits, because losing temper is not good for both of you. Try to be smart when you have to force your baby to do something he doesn’t like or not allow him to do something he likes. Try to make him more receptive when you can see that he is about to get angry or upset about something. If you want him to put on his coat, he must, of course, but maybe he doesn’t need to zip it up, does he? It’s no good to challenge children with absolute “can” or “can’t”, or to drive them into a desperate situation and make them lose their temper. Leave them a dignified exit.
What to do if the baby loses his temper
You should know that a baby’s uncontrollable anger will also make him afraid; make sure that he does not hurt himself, others, anything, etc. If he loses his temper and finds that he has done something like bumping his head, grabbing your face, breaking the vase, etc., he will regard these damages as proof of his terrible power, and when he can’t control himself, you can’t control him and guarantee his safety.
Perhaps the easiest way to keep your baby safe is to sit on the floor and hold him gently. When he calms down, he will not only find himself next to you, but also be surprised to see that everything has not changed because of his tantrum. He’ll relax and get into your arms. His shrill cry will be reduced to sobs. The angry little monster who just screamed hysterically has become a lovable baby again. Now it’s time to appease him.
A few babies don’t want to be held by adults when they lose their temper. Physical constraints not only make him angrier, but also make the whole thing worse. If your baby is like this, don’t force him to commit it. Take all the things he is sure to break and try to protect him from hurting himself.
Don’t try to argue or argue with your child. We can’t reason with our baby when he is angry.
Try not to yell at him
Anger is very contagious, and you are likely to find that your own anger rises with every cry of your baby. Try not to get involved. If you shout too, it will probably prolong the baby’s temper. Because when he is about to calm down, he will be aware of your angry tone, which will burst out again.
Don’t let your child feel rewarded or punished for losing his temper.
You should let him know that losing his temper is not only terrible for him, but also can’t change anything. If he loses his temper because you don’t let him play in the park, you can’t change your mind and let him go now. Likewise, if you were going to take him out for a walk before he lost his temper, you should take him out after he calms down.