Miami, Florida (PRWEB) December 9, 2007
A new website promises to cure temper tantrums. Not everyone can call on "Super Nanny". The Website describes the steps parents can take.
Temper tantrums are becoming a huge problem for today's modern parent.
With the rising cost of living and both parents heading to the workplace, children are often left in the care of daycare child centres or in the care of grandparents or even neighbours. In these situations, both parent rarely gets to see their children other than in the mornings and evenings. Even then, the time available is pretty limited, with the household chores that need to be undertaken.
So children these days are essentially being parented by several people. These people have different perceptions and expectations in terms of parenting. As a result of the different parenting styles, it creates mixed messages to the developing toddler. One minute at the daycare child centre, they are allowed to act one way and when they are at home, it is expected to be different. The inconsistent requirements lead to create a sense of confusion.
Many times parents are told not to worry about temper tantrums as this is a normal part of child development and that their child will "just grow out of it." Yes temper tantrums are normal child development, however, unless the patterns of their child's behaviour is changed, then the temper tantrums will continue.
Well, here is the scary part. If the child's temper tantrums are not under control right now, the tantrums will only continue to get worse the older the child gets.
Why? Because there is a pattern of behaviour causing the child to throw these tantrums. The good news is that parents can control more of that pattern than they realise, which means parents can say goodbye to these ugly tantrums, if they know the right steps to take.
According to Wordtracker, a leading market research tool that provides data for online searches, over 500 people per day search for advice on this never ending issue of how to stop and deal with temper tantrums.
Basically, moms and dads have endured these tantrums, which virtually evolve overnight without warning and are frazzled for relief
Danny is passionate to help parents by using practical, real life strategies that gets real results and benefits. Danny Beh believes he's found the answer, and put it up on his website in the last few months in an attempt to help more parents understand their children.
"It's really simple," says Beh. "Parents really need only pay attention to X and Y, and they'll see results instantly ..."
Beh's website contains free resources that visitors can download, as well.
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