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7 Behavior Problems You Must Not Ignore

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7 Children Behaviour Problems You Should Not Ignore

Here’s a list of the common behaviour problems you should never ignore in children. Ignoring these things will likely cause negative behavioural traits you won’t be able to control in the future.

Interrupting When You're Talking

Your preschooler interrupts because she’s still learning that the world doesn’t revolve around her. At her age, she finds it hard to control her impulses, especially when she’s excited about something.

Playing Too Rough

Aggressive streaks are common in toddlers between two and three years of age. While some girls also like rough-and-tumble play, most little boys simply enjoy roughhousing—which they often learn from playing with dad. And, to your three-year-old, h...

Passive-Aggressive And Manipulative Behaviour

Passive-aggressiveness is an effective way for a child to get what he wants. After all, it's not the same as an outright tantrum or disobedient action. Instead, he uses manipulation and quiet defiance to achieve a certain outcome.

Attitude Problem

Nothing pushes a parent's buttons more than being on the receiving end of back talk from her own child. But get into a major power struggle and you'll just stress out more. Plus, yelling isn't going to win you respect. And simply ignoring your kid...

Stubborn Child

Dealing with stubborn children is a challenge for parents as getting them to do even basic chores like taking a bath, eating a meal or going to bed is an everyday battle. The best way to deal with a stubborn child is to show him that his behavior ...

Lying

Most children tell lies at some point, but it can be a surprise the first time you hear your child lying. Learning how to lie is part of a child’s development – but so is learning to tell the truth. Here’s how to give your child the message that h...

Biting And Hitting

In some cases, hitting is a toddler’s way of making social contact before he has the language skills to do it with words. Then again, sometimes a hitting or biting toddler is just being flat out aggressive. For parents, that can be unnerving, emba...

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