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Name: Stormys-4pack
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My son is a young 2 and I know how the whole terrible two's goes, but this is a little nuts, he is forever catching his little attitude, or throwing a temper tantrum. His father is not in the picture so I am virtually stuck trying to handle this on my own. I have 3 other children, but the older 2 were never like this and the last one is only 2 months old... can someone give me advice I'm afraid that I won't be able to get him back on track if he continues with this behavior.

(A little insight) His father is an abuser and has a horrible temper thus the reason we are no longer together.
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Name: SONIA | Date: Jan 3rd, 2011 6:10 PM
Hello, I have a toddler who has just turned three over christmas, she has become more difficult over the last two weeks. The whole day if I haven't got college consists of saying the same things over and over, generally trying to get things done in the house whilst my child constantly badgers me to play when I do set aside time to play she walks off! I have been in tears as sometimes I feel unable to understand how such a littyle person can overwhelm me at times. I love her dearly but I wonder how she can test me when I want to sit for a while and read and she will not let me, so I usually just get up and do cleaning to get away for five minuites. I have no family to look after her when times get rough, the only consolation is that when she is loving I forget she has been a tyrant for most of the day, I hope it is a comfort to know that there are others who are struggling, the thing is, to get back to what you were saying, my daughter seems to pick when I am anxious and is difficult as a result, keeping me in check really, a soothing vioce is helpful when talking to a difficult toddler and maybe a time out in thier room with some quiet toys, am sure you may have tried everything but the difficulty can be reversed in time so it's patience and lots of it, hope this helps. 

Name: boros1124 | Date: Jan 18th, 2011 9:54 AM
Unfortunate thing when a parent raises a child alone. This book helped me. Although I say in advance that the Hungarian language and I speak Hungarian. But I have found many useful things in it, which is a little lighter on my part.

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