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Overprotective Parents don’t like to see their child unhappy. They want to protect them from hurt, pain, failure, stress and rejection. Parents want to give their teen every comfort they deserve. Undoubtedly, all these points sound good. But have you ever realized what your child is missing because of this attitude, he is not familiar with real truth of life. Life is a balance example of good and bad experience. If you don’t teach them negative part then they would not be able to bear any stress or failure in their future. This is also a big barrier in their success path.

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Vidhi Parikh Posted: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 1:35:10 PM(UTC)

This is common problem faced by parents of toddlers.

Always remember kids are very smart, they will always try their best to get their demand fulfilled.

For fulfilling demands they can even show tantrums and will check if it works, if you refuse wrong demand right at first stage the situation will not get this worse.

The best way to deal with such tantrums is to avoid it.

Do not try to punish or humiliate your child in-front of any one for any reason. If your kid is wrongly demanding then you need to be firm to not to fulfill her demand.

When you decide you do not want to fulfill her demand, be very firm in your decision, your child now know that once she will cry, all her demands will get fulfilled.

So, best way is to avoid the demands and tantrums.

Never punish your kid when she is showing her tantrums, it will create even worse situation.

You can try to divert her state of mind at that time, get her involved in other activities in which she is interested.

Once your baby will understand her wrong demands will not get fulfilled, she will become normal.

You can find tips for handling toddlers tantrums from:


Sapna Posted: Tuesday, May 6, 2014 10:32:59 AM(UTC)
I have a 5 yr old daughter who is way beyond demanding. All her demands need to be fulfilled as soon as she says it. She is also cranky, whenever we say no to any of her demands she will start crying like anything. She is very slow in all her activities. What to do to help her be normal again. She was not like this before. Last 1 yr or so, she has started behaving queerly