My daughter will be 3 in june. But she has days and time where is out of control. She screem, kicks me, throw things and even hit me. She dont understand what no means and get furious. At night when is time to sleep I have to go to her bed and sleep w. Her if not she starts screaming and pushing me. And this can happend for hours. She doesnt behaive . I have talk to her. Time out dont work. I cant go anywhere w. Her unless my husband (her dad) goes w. Us. Because she gets out of control and I cant control her.. what can I do?
You really need to establish your authority. Stop lying down with her at night. Yes, she will fuss, but you've got to stand your ground. You have surrendered your jurisdiction and the situation will improve only when you make it clear you are in charge. Read Lynn Clark's book SOS Help for Parents and follow his instructions.
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