I have read several things and most of it just frustrates me. My kid is very smart, emotionally adjusted, caring towards others, knows how to share, says please and thank you, etc.... so to say that he is just a victim of too much instant gratification and needs to learn patience really irritates me.
I know the definition of low-frustration tolerance... My problem is ..... how can I help him? What do I do to help him learn how to tolerate his frustrations in a better way than completely melting down?
He is a younger sibling. He has one older brother.
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