An older child who throws a temper tantrum is letting you know that he needs to learn the boundaries of what he can and cannot do.
By Dr. Michele Borba at Foster Parent Community.
Learn a new approach to managing your own and your child's anger at Ron Huxley's Anger Toolbox.
Practical explanation of different anger responses in children and how to handle them. Lynne Namka at Get Your Angries Out.
ERIC Digest by Marian Marion. Great advice.
What parents can do when a child becomes verbally abusive, by Pauline D. Ruthrauff at FosterParenting.com.
Advice from Dr. William Sears.
Time outs don't work with your child? Try these ideas for active time outs. At Cyberparent.
Great tips from Luleen S. Anderson, Ph.D.
Get Your Angries Out tips for kids from Lynne Namka.
Lesia Oesterreich, M.S., Family Life Specialist, Iowa State University
One of several helpful articles at Get Your Angries Out.
Advice for dealing with different types of temper tantrums. Review of Ilg & Ames at ahealthyme.com
Written for teachers, this strategy could be used effectively at home. By Rick Van Acker.
By Carol Warnemuende, Ph.D. at The Informed Parent