1.Yell if you must: You must shut yourself in a room before doing so
. While this action is of no good to yourself, it will at least help saving the situation and will not send wrong signals to the kid.

2.Think twice rationally before letting your emotions engulf you:
It is very easy to give in to the temptation of throwing a fit when you get really angry. Try to avoid this as many as times as possible and stop to think. Anger is usually momentary and when the moment passes, you feel ridiculous about it.

3.Remember children listen when they want to:
There are times when you should have a word with the little one if he/she is repeating certain unnecessary activities that annoy you. Choose an appropriate time and talk to him/her patiently. This will certainly evoke certain positive responses. While you can expect desired changes, it may or may not give you a solution every time.

4.Prioritize through perception:
Some activities of children may be quite silly and should not evoke an extreme reaction. There may be other activities that cause harm to self, property or others and should necessarily require some action to stop kids from repeating it. Cut down your fit of anger in instances that fall under the first category and try to avoid getting extreme in the second category.

5.Understand that kids go through their phase:
They will eventually move out of their annoying acts in a short phase of time. Showing patience is an important virtue to uphold.

6.Move away from the location:
If some act of the child has put you in trouble or is driving you crazy, the first reaction is to shout or whack him/her. Instead, move away from the location. This will help you put your mind at ease so that you can come back and talk to the child rationally and act upon the situation with maturity.

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