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Temper tantrums

Find out more about the causes of tantrums, how to avoid tantrums, how to respond to a tantrum and when to seek professional help for your toddler.

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Childhood behaviours

As children grow and develop, they may exhibit certain behaviours such as anxieties, childhood phobias, temper tantrums and exploring their sexuality.

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Tantrums - Better Health Channel

When a young child is having a tantrum, it is because the emotional (limbic system) part of the brain is dominating the child's behaviour.

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Toddler Tantrum Tips | Tresillian

Learn more about toddler behaviour and how to deal with toddler tantrums, toilet training, fussy eaters and how you can ultimately promote positive behaviours.

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Tantrums: why they happen & how to respond | Raising Children Network

Is your child having tantrums? Tantrums happen because children are still learning how to handle big emotions. This article explains how to help. Article available in: Arabic, Dari, Karen, Persian, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese.

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Understanding Toddler Behaviour & Tantrums | Tresillian

Learn more about toddler behaviour and how to deal with toddler tantrums, toilet training, fussy eaters and how you can ultimately promote positive behaviours.

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For everyday parenting problems | Try Primary Care Triple P - Triple P Positive Parenting Australia

Tantrums. A child who cries when you leave or won't stay in their own bed. Triple P’s Primary Care positive parenting targets your specific problems.

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Preschoolers behaviour | Raising Children Network

Questions about preschoolers behaviour? Here’s all you need with extensive resources on good behaviour, tantrums, friends, discipline, anxiety and more.

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Kids & advertising | Find out how to say ‘no’ to your child - Triple P Positive Parenting Australia

Temper tantrums at the grocery store? Kids want all the latest toys? See how Triple P’s positive parenting helps you teach your child to be a good consumer.

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Guiding toddler behaviour - Ngala

As your toddler is learning life skills, they need toexplore and interact with their environment, both mentally and physically

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