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My child is in juvenile puberty.

by Kimberly Schoobaar on December 26, 2020

Preputer puberty is one of the most difficult stages of a child. A toddler who is in this phase can be very troublesome and annoying. Hence the term 'toddler puberty'. Despite sometimes being very tricky at this age, they are also at the same time very nice and cozy at this age.

What is puter puberty?

Preputer puberty is also known as the "no phase". This phase lasts about 2 years. Often this starts when they are 2 and it is often finished on their 4th. This phase is sometimes extremely difficult for the parents. The toddlers get very stubborn and want to do everything, but then do everything themselves. So even if you're in a hurry, and they want to bow their shoelaces themselves and put on their own jacket. Despite the tricky periods, there are also really nice sides to this phase. For example, they really start to talk and become newscaring to everything. This means you have to be very careful about what you say in the vicinity of your toddler. They repeat everything they hear, so also the bad words.

How am I going to deal with this?

Often, in this phase, the toddlers are also getting a lot more rebely. But that doesn't mean you have to admit to everything. There will have to be clear rules and you have to stay consistent. If you don't do this, you'll experience three-way tantrums. Please bear in mind that he or she is just a toddler and will not understand all of it for a long time.

Toddler Tantrums

Paddlethrusts are flattening eruptions. This often happens when they do n' t get their way or if they are very tired. Here are a couple of referrers from a temper tantrum.

  • Crying
  • Screaming
  • Run Away
  • Skip
  • Spades
  • Push away

 Tips for a toddler shower

  • Take care of enough attention.
  • Take care of distraction.
  • Be clear and consistent all times.
  • Show understanding
  • Do not let hem/her scream in a public space, he or she does this you must apply an appropriate punishment.
  • Make sure there are clear rules.

What you shouldn't do

  • Don't admit it. When you admit, the child thinks that if he or she is so twisted, they will eventually get their way anyway. In this way, there will only be more tantrums unlisted.
  • Don't negotiate. Children cannot think clearly when they are in a temper, so there is no point in negotiating with them either. Also, this is not a good option because your child will think that he can manipulate you with this behavior in order to eventually get his way.
  • Don't yell. If you're going to yell at a kid who's already upset, all this works is averechts. They feel even less so, and will only be able to show even worse behaviour.

Prevent Driftbui

Avoiding a temper tantrum is very difficult. Children come to age at an age where they want to become more independent. Drive yourself veter, put on coat etc. If they don't get their way, it will soon be a temper tantrum. You can't do a lot to do that. What you can do is learn to deal with it. Show understanding and move into your child for a while. In this way, it ' s easy to understand what they feel and what is the best solution.