‘All About Tantrums’ groups tantrums into two categories: Reaction Tantrums and Processing Tantrums, and describes how our brains and bodies deal with each kind.
It covers: Attention Seeking, Boredom, Transitions, Frustration Tantrums, Possession Tantrums, Over-Excitement, Over-Whelmed Tantrums, The Witching Hour, Jealousy, Wilfulness and more.
It provides effective strategies and explains why those strategies work.
‘All About Tantrums’ does not pat everyone on the back for all of their parenting decisions.
It possibly won’t confirm that what you are doing is just fine.
It is for parents who are able to wear their big boys’ and girls’ panties: who can pause, self-reflect, make changes and see those changes through.
‘All About Tantrums’ is very clear: parents may get to choose how they parent their children; they DO NOT get to choose the consequences of those choices. Human biology does not understand our good intentions.
Let’s face it: sometimes really lovely people, who have tried their hardest, stuff up their kids.
‘All About Tantrums’ will help you to not be one of those people.
If you keep an open mind and put in a bit of effort, ‘All About Tantrums’ could also help you sort your own life out. Seriously, it’s that good.