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  • Writer's pictureAlley Dezenhouse Kelner

Caution: Meltdown Ahead

I'm diving into a hot topic on Episode 006 of the Podcast; we're talking about the difference between tantrums and meltdowns. I have a (uniquely) hybrid perspective that incorporates my mental health and behavioural training in a way that frankly, might be considered a little unconventional.


Do you know how to spot a tantrum vs. a meltdown (in yourself, spouse or in your kiddo)?


I've got some (potentially dated) pop-culture references that are either going to produce some serious AHA moments for you, or make you question my commitment to "doing business" in the digital era; I mean, do you actually have to stay current to be relevant? Nah--I'll never be THAT cool! Either way, you won't know until you jump in and I can promise you this, once you figure out this piece of the puzzle, everything else will seem much clearer!

Listen here!

https://anchor.fm/sciencedrives/episodes/006-Tantrum-or-Meltdown-e49r8q


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