Join us on Facebook Live as we discuss how to deal with tantrums and kids lashing out

Child behaviour expert Elizabeth O’Shea will be joining us on Facebook Live on September 30 to answer all your questions about dealing with children’s difficult emotions – including tantrums and lashing out

Upset toddler boy being held by his mother
Dealing with tantrums can be difficult (stock photo)

Are you struggling to cope with your little one’s tantrums? Are they losing it and getting upset/angry over seemingly everything?

Have they started hitting you or their siblings? Perhaps they are even lashing out at school?

If you answered yes to any of the above then you’ll want to join us on the Mirror Mums page on Facebook for a special Facebook Live session with child behaviour expert Elizabeth O’Shea.

Elizabeth, who is the founder of Parent4Success will be joining us live to discuss how best to prevent tantrums and the best ways to deal with them when they happen.

Elizabeth will be on hand to answer all your questions


Elizabeth O’Shea)

Watch the Facebook Live here on Thursday, September 30 at 9:30 am.

The expert, a mother of four, will also be sharing her thoughts on what to do if your child kicks off in public, say at the supermarket and giving advice on kids who are hitting or lashing out.

She’ll also be on hand to answer any questions you may have about your child’s behaviour, so feel free to leave them in the comments below or drop us an email at

The Facebook Live will be taking place on Mirror Mums at 9:30 am on Thursday, September 30.

We hope to see you there!

Elizabeth is a parenting coach, author, speaker, child behavioural expert and the director of Parent 4 Success, which she set up 8 years ago.

She is considered to be one of the leading parenting specialists in the UK and regularly appears on TV and Radio.

She has previously been on BBC Breakfast, Radio 4’s Woman’s Hour and Sky News.

Elizabeth offers busy parents bespoke parenting courses using tried and tested effective methods, face-to-face or online.

All of her courses are accredited by ‘Can Parent’ (which is like OFSTED for Parenting Courses.)

For more information on courses available, you can visit

Join us on Facebook Live here and submit your questions in the comments below.


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