My 2 year old son hits/pinches/bites/throws things when hes mad help?!

Brandi - posted on 06/24/2015 ( 2 moms have responded )

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Okay so my 2 year old son get mad very easily. When he gets mad, if he has something in his hands, he will throw it at me. If he doesn't he will hit me and pinch me and bite me until I put him in the corner. And every time he gets mad he SCREAMS at the top of his lungs for like 5 minutes straight. He's been doing this for about a year, and he's getting bigger and its getting out of control. Its really bad, because he gets mad so easily, and over EVERYTHING! Usually its over him being bad, like if he's climbing on something dangerously to get on a shelf and I tell him no, he throws a huge fit. and he thinks time out (the corner) is funny. It doesn't do anything to him. I have tried so hard to get him to stop but nothing works. His 3 1/2 year old brother ALWAYS has bite marks on him from my 2 year old because he gets mad at my 3 year old. If the 3 year old has a toy he wants he will go up to him and try to take it away, if he can't get it he will bite my 3 year year old. It happens multiple times a day and he goes in time out every time, but it doesn't work. Please help! I need it badly

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Missississippigirl85 - posted on 11/09/2015

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I am having the same problem with my daughter. She is also 2. She gets mad and throws things. (I have tried taking the toys away- doesn't work) she bites (I have tries time out, spanking, biting her back- doesn't work). She hits and pinches (time outs, pinching back, spanking- doesn't work) I don't know what to do. She is sweet as she can be most of the time, but she gets a mean streak and I am at a loss.. Now in the past couple days she has started spitting (on me, other people, the floor) she thinks it is funny and doesn't care that I get onto her. Her father is only home on the weekends due to his work, and she even does it when he is home and doesn't listen to him... can anyone HELP!?!?!?

Beth - posted on 07/04/2015

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My 2 year old son do the same.
I'll talk to him n put him on time out.
It always work.

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