ok im haveing trouble disipling one of my friends 6yr old. i occasionally watch him from time to time but he acts out over the little things and starts throwing temper tantrums for nothing. i dnt know how to deal with this cause i try the calm be nice approach and it doesnt work. ive tried talking to his mom and she just shrugs me off about if he get out of control too much just sitting him in the corner like my parents did...hes also very spoiled rotten and when he gets a toy he crys and says he wants a different one. the fits last for hrs. if he doesnt get his way. even when we tell him calmly that he shouldnt be acting like this cause he should be grateful to get a toy anywase...what should i do? im about to pull my hair outView Thread
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