Mommy Rescue Guide Tantrums: Lifesaving Techniques and Advice for Coping When Your Child Can't
Aiming to educate mothers who are at the end of their tether, this book is filled with information on how to better understand your child as well as how to control your own emotions. The reader will learn about temper tantrums, internal and external factors, rewards and punishment, power stuggles and much more.
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Review: The everything parent's guide to tantrums: the only book you need to prevent outbursts, avoid public scenes, and help your child stay calmUser Review - Goodreads
The book starts off with some good advice about dealing with tantrums, but then really just devolves into filler. Read the first half and then just stop. Too many 'did you know?' blockquotes and such. Read full review
The Truth About Temper Tantrums
Your Childs Temperament From Day One
Cope with Care and Confidence
The Rules of Response
Chapter 5 If Your Child Puts on a Show
Chapter 6 Other Caregivers and Your ChildA Recipe for Disaster?
Top Tantrum Prevention Techniques
Triggers Causes and Explanations
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Everything Parent's Guide To Tantrums: The One Book You Need To Prevent ...
Limited preview - 2005
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