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Managing your child's tantrum is complicated, but some phrases can hurt him and cause problems later. Find out what words to avoid while you're trying to calm him down. Tantrums are common during early childhood, especially between ages 2 and 4. Most children of this age have these kinds of exaggerated emotional reactions to the sight of adults. Parents are amazed at the anger, crying, and resistance of their children when they receive a refusal or when they are forced to do something they don't want to do. Although these situations are difficult to handle, there are certain phrases that you should avoid during tantrums.

When should I start thinking about my baby's mental health? Meet Dr. Lisa Damour, a psychologist and child development expert, who will answer these and other questions in her miniUNICEF Parenting Masterclass. In the same way, she discovers the "4 things you can do to promote and take care of your child's mental health", according to Christian Muñoz Farias, a specialist in Child Psychiatry. We will be parents for the first time. What should we feel? Believing that there is a correct answer to this question is the first mistake. There's no set manual for emotions, so it's normal to feel happy, frustrated, tired, or nervous, according to Lisa Damour. In the same way, we will not be able to control the mental health of our babies, it is essential to understand that from the moment we meet them we must take care of them. But… How do achieve it?