Difficult behaviours may result from emotional dysregulation, such as tantrum and withdrawal. Mastering the ability to control emotions needs ongoing practice and starting in early development is the better way to approach it.
The frontal region of the brain, along with other deep structures of the brain, are very important in emotional regulation.
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