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We had an issue with Caden screaming when he was a little younger and then all of a sudden it stopped. He started using more words, wording his opinions, likes, dislikes but now for some reason, we are back to square one.He screams all the time and no I don't mean whining, I mean full blown screaming. It is so irritating, I don't know what to do, I tell him no screaming, or tell me what you need, what's wrong but he just screams, I am getting so stressed out with this issue
The biggest thing I have found to help with screaming is to remind them that you can not understand scream and that they need to use their words. Its exhausting to constantly remind them, but that is really the only thing I have found to be effective. I hope the screaming stops soon!
could you introduce a little signing to him? even made up ones to show expression or words he uses often, i think sometimes its easier for them to show what they mean rather than say it when they're frustrated.
Kailey has gotten into the screaming and it drives me bonkers. Some things I read say to ignore it, sometimes I'll calmly tell her to use her words, sometimes I'll tell her she'll have to sit in time-out in the other room (so I don't go insane!) if she cannot calm down to talk to me.