Some children do not react to disappointments and frustrations with words. They scream sometimes about what they want yet other times without obvious content. When this becomes a pattern, it’s essential for parents to know how to react and cope to lead the child to being able to voice their discontent.
First, we must ask, “Why the screaming?” Only then can we decide what to do about it. If we take the position that it is a communication then it is a relationship problem. Somehow, for some important reasons, the child does not know how to communicate with the care taking adult in other expressive manners.
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