my son is 3 and he has been thowing these tantrums everyday since he was a year and a half old. he kicks, screams, yells, throw things for no reason I really don't know if its normal or if something is wrong can anyone help?
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:son my be autistic?my son is 3 and he has been thowing these tantrums everyday since he was a year and a half old. he kicks, screams, yells, throw things for no reason I really don't know if its normal or if something is wrong can anyone help?
Report This| Share this:son my be autistic?Children throw temper tantrums for many reasons, but it typically comes from being frustrated.<br /><br />What has his pediatrician said about making the typical milestones? Have you discussed your son's temper tantrums with his Dr. ?<br /><br />Here is a good link about how to deal with a temper tantrum.<br /><br /><a href="http://children.webmd.com/tc/temper-tantrums-topic-overview">http://children.webmd.com/tc/temper-tantrums-topic-overview</a> <br /><br />Take care,<br />-Kathleen
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