Step 1: Distract the child
Distract the child from whatever’s causing the frustration. Draw the child’s attention to anything else – a toy, a book, or activity.
Step 2: Stay calm
Remain calm and collected. Show the child you have control of the situation.
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Step 3: Talk to the child
Discuss the situation with the child. Show them you understand why they are upset.
Step 4: Remove the child
Remove the child from the scene, whether it’s a family gathering, a shopping mall, or grocery store. Pick up the child and physically remove them to a different surrounding.
Reserve a time-out area in your home where the child will go to calm down.
Step 5: Be consistent
Always be consistent with your actions. Never give in to an unruly child, or your child will soon rule your home.
If you are a contestant on Deal or No Deal, the best thing that can possible happen to you is to narrow down your
choices to two suitcases, and for one of them to have a million dollars in it. At that point you should take the
deal, every single time. You should especially take the deal if one of the cases only has a dollar in it. This guy, on the other hand, likes to live on the edge, the poor people edge.