For parents, it becomes difficult to handle toddlers and discipline them as they become fussy. They don’t differentiate between right and wrong making it increasingly hard for parents to imbibe good habits. Toddlers behaving badly can be a nightmare for parents leaving them helplessly confused.
Look at the Tips for Disciplining Toddlers:
It’s important to prioritize things as saying no to everything that your toddler asks for or does will make them rebellious. Instead of saying no, make them understand the repercussions.
Some of the bad behavior can be prevented if you know what triggers the behavior. Distract them by offering toys or feed them or put them to sleep as some kids act out when they are tired, hungry or frustrated.
Children in this age are learning as to how people react to their behavior. If you say yes one day and no on other for same activity, they will get confused.
When the toddler refuses to behave the way you want, don’t scream on them. They won’t be able to comprehend negative emotions of parents.
When trying to explain your child why they should not do something, keep it short as they will not listen to you beyond a point.
Toddlers never want to get separated from their toys or siblings or parents, so a threat of time-out should help you.
Toddlers can give you a tough time but keeping a calm and positive attitude is the only way to deal with the situation.
At this age, the child is impulsive, fearless, and curious and wants to explore everything.
The child learns their motor skills and become more frustrated when things don’t happen their way resulting into fussy tantrums.
At this age, the child may also argue with you and you will have a tough time convincing them.