Make Emotions Common Sense in Your Family
Many parents are not comfortable when children throw tantrums, talk back or get upset. However, such behaviors are the impulses of one or more emotions such as frustration, anger, resentment or sadness.
As you build your emotional knowledge, you will begin seeing emotions as a normal part of life just like sleeping or breathing. You will be able to talk to your child and help them explore the emotions they are experiencing and how those emotions are trying to guide them.
This will create a more peaceful atmosphere in your family and you will no longer have to resort to desperate parenting approaches like yelling or punishment.