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Eliminate self-harm talk in young children with 2 simple steps

Eliminate self-harm talk in young children with 2 simple steps

Our little sponges pick up so much more than we realise and one day they utter the words “I’m going to kill myself” and the world stands still.

Tantrums begin when your child is young and testing out their presence in the world. But sometimes they build a pattern that is so strong that they don’t “grow out of it”. Here are some ideas on how you can try to break that pattern.

Five new approaches to the same old tantrum

Five new approaches to the same old tantrum

Is your child “too old for tantrums” but still has emotional meltdowns on a regular basis? Are you tired of living through the same old cycles and not getting anywhere?

Tantrums begin when your child is young and testing out their presence in the world. But sometimes they build a pattern that is so strong that they don’t “grow out of it”. Here are some ideas on how you can try to break that pattern.

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