My Baby is in a Tantrum

Ms. Rory Catipon, a Child and Adolescent Psychologist, helps us understand why our five year-olds have unusually more frequent tantrums at this time of crisis. Rory highlights the discomfort they are experiencing because of the changes happening in their own little world and how they are also affected by the stress we ourselves are experiencing as our own world changes. She then leaves us with one of the most important messages we should give our distressed child.
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My Baby is in a Tantrum

Ms. Rory Catipon, a Child and Adolescent Psychologist, helps us understand why our five year-olds have unusually more frequent tantrums at this time of crisis.

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