What happens when you punch a door?

What happens when you punch a door?

During Gavin’s tantrum yesterday,  he began punching his solid oak bedroom door.  He was hitting it hard enough that I thought he was kicking it.

This is what he did to his hand. 

He busted open his knuckles but no long term damage and no broken bones. He doesn’t seem bothered by what I would think is a painful and very natural consequence for punching his door.

I would hope that it would serve as a lesson for him but I know better than that. Sadly,  I know better than that.  🙁


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No, I don't think it will. He is looking for some attention and unfortunately this is not the right way, but he knows that works to get all the attention. BTW, I did get the book for you, so it should be there in a couple of days. I really hope you and Lizzie will have some time to read it and I hope this helps to calm Galvin's tantrums in some way. 

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