Is Temper Tantrum?

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Temper tantrums IS THAT?
Temper Tantrum is a burst of anger at the child when the child shows independence with negative attitudes.

WHO HAVE A Temper Tantrum?
Commonly experienced by children aged under five, primarily occurs between the ages of 2 to 4 years.

The toddler was out of control, he was upset, confused, and cluttered. There are unmet desires. Desire must be fulfilled immediately.
Toddlers do not know the concept of "later", so that can not delay or wait for the fulfillment of his desires. Because desire is not fulfilled, he felt dissatisfied and frustrated.

To cope with these frustrations, he raged. Frustration led to many tensions. He expressed this frustration by screaming, crying out loud, dropped to the floor, or moving wildly, rolling on the floor, throwing things, hitting, kicking, etc.. They will be very powerful way to get out of this tension.

WHAT THINGS THAT MAKE toddler frustration?

* Not getting what you want (eg the attention of teachers / parents, candy, toys, etc.)
* Not able to do themselves (eg in dress, bringing her toys at once, crossed the street without holding on to parents, etc.)
* Wanting parents / teachers to do something that parents / teachers can not or do not want to do (for example, accompany the child to sleep, take a favorite food that is not allowed, etc.)
* Not knowing what he wants (for example, whether he should eat at the table or sit on the couch or not eating)
* Not able to explain what he wants (for example, want to swing higher, but the tool does not allow the swing)
* Not able to control everything (for example, he wanted his mother did not go to the office, but she still went, he wanted to wear a blue plate, but had bought the red color, etc.)
* Misunderstood (laugh, but he did not mean to be funny)
* Bored
* Fatigue
* Hungry
* Pain
* Modeled actions upset the wrong distribution of adult (father, mother)

When children feel neglected. Parents / teachers busy with other activities, do not have time to give attention to the child. They need not just a presence, but the involvement of parents / teachers in the activities.

Source Library:
* Hames, P. (2003). Facing and Overcoming Child Like mad. Jakarta: PT Gramedia Pustaka Utama
* (2003). Overcoming the Child Temper Tantrum. Betawi.Net
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