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However, this may not be the smart move — doing so only encourages the tantrum-thrower to repeat this behavior whenever they aren’t happy with us.
The news is that one psychoanalyst has isolated a much better strategy that will stop an adult temper tantrum in its tracks — so the next time your spouse, friend, or relative has an outburst, you’ll be ready.
The above situation is an example of typical anger.
Even if the friend’s initial reaction is selfish, they’re able to calm down and self-reflect later on.
They realize their behavior was unnecessary and atone for it.
Now, if that same friend was to have an adult temper tantrum, it might look like this: You can’t attend the birthday party because of a work obligation.
They weren’t able to deal with the disappointment of not getting their way as well as being let down, so they chose to passive-aggressively punish you as a way to sate their anger.
Your friend is upset that you’re missing the event, and lets their frustrations be known:“You seriously can’t come to my party? ”Later on, after they’ve cooled down, your friend comes and apologizes for their harsh reaction.
They may not like it, but they understand why you can’t come.
Anybody who’s been on the receiving end of the silent treatment — especially when you have to guess what you did wrong — knows just how ruthlessly effective this form of emotional manipulation can be.
It leaves you filled with guilt, and the longer it goes on, all you want to do is right your wrong — even if you didn’t do anything of what you should actually do in this scenario.