1. Constant hysterics
Children’s sudden hysterics is their parents’ worst nightmare. Initially, they cry to get what they want but then, they just lose control. Things get even worse if it happens in a public place. It can sometimes be almost impossible to calm them down.
Hysterics usually have deep and hard-to-figure-out reasons for happening. It could be fatigue, emotional overload, hunger, and so on. In this case, a situation where you refuse to buy a new toy can turn into a tragedy. An adult can cope with their emotions, but the nervous system of children isn’t well-developed yet.
What to do:
Talking and trying to attract their attention is useless. You can try to avoid hysterics in the beginning (for example, by offering something more interesting for them to do) or you can let your child cry and calm down on their own. Experts don’t recommend making concessions in these situations.