Quoting Just Ames:" I cannot smurfing believe you just compared your TODDLER to adult people who are bipolar. NEWS FLASH! Kids are moody. It's normal. Shame on you. Pick up a smurfing parenting book or class."Move on. I'm not arguing.
Quoting I♡C.:" Move on. I'm not arguing."At least learn something then.
Quoting Just Ames:" I read it again and I'm even more disgusted at you trying to diagnose completely normal toddler behavior. You need to be kicked in the snatch."
Quoting JiLLiAN.:" holy smurf. calm down. OP how old is he? why is he getting so mad?"Yeah, no.
Quoting I♡C.:" His doctor is also aware he has behavioral issues and she's been trying to help me through them with ... [snip!] ... handle himself when he's upset without spitting and yelling. That's not what Mommy and Daddy do and so no clue what's going on."He's 2. This is normal behavior for a two year old. Consistency is key. If you are correcting him, continue to do this. He will eventually pick you up. I have more tolerance and understanding when someone is genuinely seeking help vs thinking something is wrong with their kid. Society now a days is really quick to do that and there are kids medicated and labeled for no real reason at all.
Quoting JiLLiAN.:" holy smurf. calm down. OP how old is he? why is he getting so mad?"I have no clue other than the fact when it isn't HIS way, the world comes crashing down and he doesn't quite know how to handle himself. I'd love to teach himself how to express his madness without spitting and yelling. He's 3. I guess he's learning he can be mad, upset, happy, angry, etc,etc. and he's not sure how to handle it. I'm seeking positive advice on things I can do to gently parent him without upsetting him more.
Quoting Just Ames:" Yeah, no. He's not even 3. Does he need a reason, really?"
Quoting ★Bαtgirl:" 3 year olds are generally not that angry and wanting to fight without a reason... at least that's what ... [snip!] ... classes told us. If it's really bad, like anger to the point of serious acting out, there could be underlying causes..."Well sure such as tiredness or just being in rare form. 3 is a very challenging stage. Very. And I don't feel it's always due to an underlying cause other than being in a difficult stage of life (communication wise).