Fati_rad
Hi everyone,
I'm just new here so sorry if this has already been discussed... But I feel like I need some type of advice. 
My three-year old has some behaviour issues... he's always had tantrums but lately it seems a whole new level of it. He never does what we ask him to, he has to get his own way on everything and would start screaming like he's been tortured if we don't dress him like he wants or we start doing something he doesn't want to... It could just be going to school to pick his brother up!
We've moved to a new area some months ago and he stopped going to nursery until he could get the free hours -which will start in January, and maybe the changed has affected him, but while his brother is at school he doesn't want to do anything with me, just stay home doing nothing! He just wants my husband and is very rude and disrespectful with me and with everyone he wants to be... The other day I tried to play blocks with him and he just threw them at me, to say an example.
Me and my husband are basically alone and don't have any help -and because we've moved, don't have friends around... so we're having a very hard time with him -I'm just miserable all day and my son is always screaming and crying.
Does anyone have any advice, please? 
Sorry for this huge topic...
Thank you.
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familylives
Hi, I understand that this is a difficult and upsetting situation. It very well could be that the change has thrown him for a loop, he may have lost trust in you because things changed without him knowing why. Even though he's only three years old, he can still understand a lot of things, so maybe you could try (in the simplest terms possible) why this behaviour is unacceptable. Would he want someone to act this way with him? The local council would know of parental support in the area, maybe you could visit their office and look through the local services. You may find it helpful to read our articles on early years and challenging behaviour. If you feel you need further support please e-mail us at askus@familylives.org.uk or call our freephone helpline on 0808 800 2222.
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