KidsInTheHouse the Ultimate Parenting Resource
Kids in the House Tour

Tantrums Videos

Learn about: Coping with temper tantrums from Dana Entin, RN, MN, PNP,...
Kids in the House
Every parent knows the feeling of anxiety that comes over our bodies when a toddler begins to have a tan
In a housewide tantrums with a toddler and a baby, soothe the baby first. Toddler tantrums feed off bad energy.
Kids in the House
Imagine having a co-worker or boss who constantly burst into tears when you asked her something totally innocuous, like whether she wanted coffee.
Coming in a close second after “mine!” on the list of most frequently used toddler phrases is “by myself!” It’s truly exciting when... read more
Prevent toddler tantrums by capping "sleep pressure." Restore toddlers' energy with frequent naps.
A toddler in a tantrum is coping with new feelings. Your parenting style should help, not punish.
To ease toddler tantrums when you change activities, count down 5-4-3-2-1 minutes so they can prepare themselves for it.
Your parenting style benefits from toddler tantrum tips, the more the better. At 18 months, your child should start having tantrums. That's because they're learning to... read more
After a tantrum, hug your toddler and reassure them. Show empathy by acknowledging your toddler's frustration.
Your toddler has to "work through" tantrums. Toddlers have tantrums as they cope with new emotions and stress.
This mother's parenting style helped her discover a tantrum hack, or shortcut to dealing with a toddler tantrum. During the tantrum, hold your child close and remind... read more
Talk it out during toddler tantrums. Acknowledge toddlers' feelings and help them work through tantrums.
A toddler tantrum can feel as though the world is ending, but stay calm. It helps your toddler with their tantrum.
When toddlers fight in tantrums, they're working through futility. Ease toddler tantrums by helping toddlers cry.
Toddler tantrums have their benefits. Your parenting style should welcome them -- well, at least a little. Your child's tears in a tantrum release cortisol, the stress... read more
Watch Video: How can empathy be used to help tantrums? by Kathy Gordon, ...
Parents, don't stop toddler tantrums. Just reassure toddlers after a tantrum and help with "big feelings."
Watch Gila Brown, MA's video on When a child throws a tantrum in public...
See Daniel J. Siegel, MD's video on Talking to your child after a tantrum...
Watch Tina Payne Bryson, PhD's video on Upstairs versus downstairs tantrums...
Watch Video: Why can't my child listen to reason when he's upset? by Tina Payne Bryson, PhD, ...
Tina Payne Bryson, PhD Child and Adolescent Psychotherapist and Author, shares advice for parents on how to best control yourself when your toddler tantrums and you feel... read more
View Marcy Axness, PhD's video on Responding to tantrums...
View Marcy Axness, PhD's video on Acknowledging a child's feelings...
Watch Alejandro Edda's video on How to handle tantrums...
Watch Maureen Donley, MA, MFT's video on The HALT method for tantrums...
Psychiatrist Dan Siegel, MD, shares advice for parents on how teaching your child how the brain works can help them control their tantrums
See Tina Payne Bryson, PhD's video on Shifting a child's emotional state...
See Denene Millner's video on Grocery shopping with a toddler...
Learn about: Understanding toddler tantrums from Allison LaTona, MFT,...