My daughter is three years old. Having my twin boys, now 8 months old, did a number on her peace of mind. I had to start fresh potty training her (finally have her out of diapers), and she gets much more easily frustrated. She has taken to screaming at me when she is angry. I realize this is a learned behaviour, and am to blame for this. I have adjusted my behaviour, but not before it took it toll on my baby girl (moral of the story, be peaceful with your child). Now, how do I deal with the tirades gently, and without perpetuating a cycle of poor coping habits? It breaks my heart while driving me nuts, and I need some sound advice.
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