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One minute your toddler is on top of the world, singing and dancing across the living room. Before you know it, she has become a pile of tears on the kitchen floor.

According to pediatrician Melissa Arca, a lot of toddler frustration (the tantrum) comes from the inability to communicate their needs and feel understood. Dr. Arca comes on the Healthy Children show on RadioMD with some great tips and solutions for parents to help their distressed little one to get through the day.  

 Segment 1: Calming the Storm: How to Help a Distressed Toddler

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Last Updated
10/10/2014
Source
American Academy of Pediatrics (Copyright ┬ę 2014)
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