The good news is that one psychoanalyst has isolated a much better strategy that will stop an adult temper tantrum in its tracks — so the next.
Temper tantrums are disruptive behaviors or emotional outbursts that involve physical acts or screaming. Children have temper tantrums in response to unmet needs or desires. Road rage, for example, is an adult temper tantrum.
Part of becoming a resilient adult is recognizing our temper tantrums. Usually adult temper tantrums aren't physical —they don't involve kicking.
When we see toddlers have temper tantrums in line at the grocery store, we feel sympathetic for the parents trying to calm them down. We're even quick to.
How to Deal With an Adult's Temper Tantrum. Most people associate "temper tantrums" with toddlers, who are often incapable of controlling or.