To correct temper-tantrums we need a Biblical definition and understanding of anger. (First read part one called Mommies and Temper-Tantrums.)
We think of anger as getting mad. This is only partially true. In the Bible, it’s a strong feeling against sin; a righteous judgement against sin. Anger is not a sin, uncontrollable anger is. Correct anger has a cause.
Incorrect anger needs to be removed.
The error comes in how we handle the anger. Used correctly, anger is discerning and wise, desiring only the best for our own spiritual lives and the lives of others around us.
Pray for spiritual understanding as you study the passages in Scripture that deal with anger.
Anger that brings about righteous behavior is correct anger. Anger that erupts in a temper-tantrum is incorrect.
Ask for wisdom as you parent, so that you will know how to be angry, but sin not.