My children don’t listen to me...

My children don’t listen to me...

Suddenly one day, children love to say “No” to our requests. There are a few similar cases like the child is very irritable and doesn’t seem to be satisfied with everything. This “sudden” stubbornness has caused us a headache and we fell into a “crisis” looking for causes and solutions.


Is it just children whining, or what happened to them? What sparked their rage?

The conflict between needs and capabilities

The limits of linguistic expression

Don't worry! Anger is just one of the children’s emotions!

Don't worry! Anger is just one of the children’s emotions!

A child’s reaction to anger, temper, fussiness, or loss of control can make parents stressed and even shame if families are in public.


But anger is the same as happiness or sadness, they are all simple emotions of children when they wish to express their thoughts. Therefore, anger also needs to be respected and well-understood by parents.




Why don’t we help our children sort their "emotional piece"?

We are not born with the ability to regulate our emotions. It grows the most during the toddler and preschool years, particularly between the ages of two and five. Children learn through observing adults around them. Every action and phrase resulting from those actions is a lesson that will eventually shape your children’s emotions and character. 



Even while anger is a natural emotion, it causes young kids to unwittingly harm others or themselves. As a result, we need to support our children in regulating and guiding their behavior from infancy.

Welcome to the parenting workshop: How to be friend with your child’s rage?

We can help our children adjust their behavior or teach them to regulate their emotions in the early years.


Join us for the Parenting Workshop: HOW TO BE FRIEND WITH YOUR CHILD’S RAGE? to learn about the emotional and psychological changes that occur in children between the ages of 2 and 5 and to gain expertise in teaching children to control their emotions through helpful practical exercises.





1. Topic: Developing psychological & social skills for children from 2 to 5 years old.


2. Participants: Parents who are interested in modern parenting.


3. Time: 8:00 – 12:00 A.M. on Saturday, May 20th, 2023


4. Location: UTS Botanique Campus


5. Main activities

• Psychological development characteristics of children from 2-5 years old

• The third-year crisis levels

• Steps to be friends with your child's feelings

• Mistakes that parents often make

• Practice emotional control for your child


UTS hopes that through this workshop, you will gain many new perspectives and useful information for your children's development.