|What can I do about my little girl's tantrums?
There is unfortunately no parenting technique that magically makes tantrums disappear. The good news is that your toddler's tantrums are a childhood behaviour that she will outgrow.
It is not possible to get rid of your toddler's tantrums completely, however it is possible to minimize them.
Stay calm and speak softly because your screaming over her screaming will only encourage your toddler to scream louder.
Express understanding; say "I know it's hard when you can't have that. Sometimes mommy also gets angry when I can't get what I want.
Get down to her level. Sitting on the floor may help to even out the frustrating size difference between you and her.
Ignore the demand, continue to go about your business, try humming to make it clear that you are not paying attention to the tantrum. In the beginning this might make it worst however eventually she will work it out that she is not being taken note of.
If you can't ignore the Tantrum because you at a shopping mall, call it a time-out.
Time- out is usually when you allow your out-of-control child to cool down, thirty seconds to a minute normally works.
If you unable to stop a tantrum don't worry just let it run its course however try not to give into demands or else she will always use her tantrums to get her way.