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Stop making your child’s tantrum about you. Here are 5 ways to manage elevated emotions

Emotions running high? A child’s tantrum isn’t about you.

We’ve all had a child meltdown in public. It can be embarrassing, but what the strangers around you think shouldn’t be your concern. A temper tantrum happens because your child is having a hard day, not because they are trying to make your life more difficult.

Heather Johnson shares five ways to cool down a tantrum. She shares why you shouldn’t make it about yourself, and to make sure you’re checking in on your child’s vitals.

To contact Heather for counseling, email blog.familyvolley@gmail.com, or visit www.familyvolley.blogspot.com.

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