The terrible two happens at a stage in your child’s life where they are experiencing many things for the first time. They are now walking, talking, forming opinions, and learning to understand concepts such as taking turns. They are full of new emotions yet they don’t fully understand them.
Since your child is now starting to explore, there will be situations where they will feel frustrated and unable to express their emotions. This is normal because they haven’t fully developed their physical, verbal, and emotional skills.
Remember that at this stage, your child will test their boundaries. This is how they will figure out what is right from wrong. In reality, this is a valuable learning experience and your child is looking to you for guidance and support. Finding your child’s triggers can help minimize the meltdowns that you will be experiencing with your child.