I was delighted to read these few comments that my blog has provoked. Thank you so much. It’s very valuable for me as I think my calling is to spread information about positive and drug-free ways of addressing not only tantrums but also other childhood mental health issues. The solution-focused approach can seem very child focused, as if ignoring issues related to the environment, such as bullying or domestic violence. Point well taken. I just want to point out that what happens with Kids’Skills is kind of paradoxical. When everyone, the parents, the kids at school, the teacher… everyone, joins forces to help the child learn a skill, something happens to all these people. They all start to change. When you are helping a child learn a skill, you cannot bully them, you cannot criticize them and you have to get your act together with your wife or husband. Kids’Skills appears to be a method that ignores the environment but in reality it is a so called systemic method that influences not only the child but everyone in the human system around the child.