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Can I Put My 2 Year Old In Time Out When He Throws A Tantrum Is This Useful
Do It !!!!: A time out works very well if done properly. Explain to your child what the behavior leading to the time out with a firm no. Use a safe place such as a playpen if the child can't climb out.The clock starts when the child has settled down. Then a good 15 mins or so. The 1 minute per year of age is not based upon any research that i know of and does not work well. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Not good!: This is more like the behavior of a 2 year old, as you are probably already aware. A full physical examination and psychological assessment would be appropriate as a starting place to explore the causes of the behavioral issues you are experiencing. Talking with his teachers and engaging the school guidance counselor may also be of tremendous benefit. Best wishes! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ignoring: The best method is to ignore the child. Make sure she is in a safe place. She needs to get LESS attention from you during a tantrum, not MORE attention! The Storm will pass. Try starting your bedtime routine a bit earlier, and keep the same routine each night. Warm bath, quiet reading time, and no TV. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My 2 year old had the flu he can take the medicine every time I give it to him he throw out all the medicine in I don't know what to do?
My son never settles down and hardly listens. Tantrums have been horrible since 15 months. What are the signs/symptoms for add in a 2 year old?
Difficult dx: I am not an everyday expert in adhd. However, i don't think you can accurately diagnose adhd in a 2 yo. I have advice to decrease the likelihood of developing adhd. Turn off the tvs, computers, video games. Never allow your son to spend more than an hour a day in a room with any of those devices. Set aside time to read to him every day. Spend time outside with him every day. Have conversations. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Ignoring: The best method is to ignore the child. Make sure she is in a safe place. She needs to get LESS attention from you during a tantrum, not MORE attention! The Storm will pass. Try starting your bedtime routine a bit earlier, and keep the same routine each night. Warm bath, quiet reading time, and no TV. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3 year old's behavior is becoming extreme. He is defiant, very easily frustrated, screams and throws tantrums. It really seems abnormal to me. ?
My 3 year old son throws terrible Temper tantrums any tips? Just screams for hours when he doesn't get what he wants Whats an appropriate reaction
Start by calling : Child Find of your local school district for developmental assessment. Also, fill out developmental screens & the M-CHAT on firstsigns.org & see his pediatrician.Tell your son your rules at his language level, then ignore tantrums consistently by walking him from behind to time-out without talking, making eye contact or acting angry. Repeat till he stays put, then set timer for 3 minutes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello Dr. Milstone, I have an almost 9 year old son who has hyperactivity, inattention, and throws tantrums frequently when asked to do something spec?
White bomitus: Sounds like it may be milk or a milk product. ...Read more
My 2 year old son gets very angry when he doesn't get his way. He yells throws things and sometimes he talks to himself. Should i be conconcerned?
Temper tantrums: If your child has otherwise developed normally, temper tantrums are a very immature way toddlers asserts their independence and will. It will pass. The trick is not engaging in an argument with a 2 year old, changing his activity and distracting him work. They are also pushing limits. Be consistent so he eventually knows that when you say "no" it does not mean maybe. Firm loving limit setting. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Many, many things: It could be something he ate. It could be a virus he caught from someone. It could be some other kind of infection that happens to be causing fever and vomiting. The bottom line in a child with fever and vomiting is that he need to stay hydrated. Give very small sips of liquid (1-2 teaspoons) frequently (every 5-10 minutes). This way, even if he vomits, some of that liquid will be absorbed. ...Read more
4 yr old who throws major temper tantrums has multiple meltdowns everyday. Can get physical with you at times. What can/should be done? Desperate!
Talk to your doctor: First, talk with your child's doctor. She may recommend a child therapist or behavior counselor. Give your child choices where you can, but not where you can't. You can say "it's time for bed. Do you want to read a book or sing a song before you go to sleep?" don't say "do you want to go to bed"! avoid unnecessary power struggles and choose your battles. Be consistent with important rules, though. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
What home remedies can I give my 2 year old for when she has step throat or flu she hates medicene throws it out.
Proper dx/ shot: Kids whose illness or behavior means a predictable failure with oral meds can be treated for strep with a single shot of penicillin.A confirmatory test should always precede treatment. A flu shot in the early fall can many times avoid the issue, if not, a simple focus on keeping the kid hydrated is the main treatment. The meds are overrated. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Nope: Tantrums are normal for two year olds. This is a warning sign of a deeper psychological problem that needs to be immediately investigated. If you have guns in the house remove them. Certainly sit down with him and give him the chance to openly discuss his feelings. Then get him in for his appointment asap. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I need help with my two yr old. She doesn't listen, hits, bites, screams, throws stuff, claws, and ignores me and my bf. What can we do to help her out?
Discipline: Part of this is normal 2 year old tantrums that need to be ignored. I have also seen such behavior in response to diet. First make an appt with your doctor to discuss. Second try eliminating dairy and gluten. It may help. Third, set boundaries...There is a good book positive discipline for preschoolers by jane nelsen that may help as well. ...Read more
I have a 17 month old baby that throws a lot of tantrums. When we don't let him do something he throws himself to the floor and hits himself. What can I do to make him stop?
Terrible toddler: Assuming he's normal, his tantrums are not too unusual at this age. If you react when he throws one, you will reinforce it as acceptable behavior. The toddler is trying to sort out how to react to frustration or needs. Let him just wear out, walk away from it, being sure he is safe. Don't try to reason with him, because at that age it will be interpreted as acceptance of behavior. ...Read more
4y/o taps on/smells everything, makes me repeat phrases many times until it's "right", bed has to be a certain way or she throws a tantrum. OCD?
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