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7 Year Old Labelled With Behaviour Issues: How to Handle it?
7 Year Old Labelled With Behaviour Issues: How to Handle it?
All children have tough times at school and home at some point, try to work with teachers to find a solution....
Does My Child Have a Behaviour Disorder?
Does My Child Have a Behaviour Disorder?
A mother is concerned about her young son's behaviour. This article offers advice on how to explore this behaviour and ultimately curb the son's inappropriate actions....
How Can I Stop Breastfeeding Successfully?
How Can I Stop Breastfeeding Successfully?
A mother is worried about how best to wean her 2 year old daughter. This article offers some basic advice for successfully ending breastfeeding....
How do I approach my Friend About Her Children?
How do I approach my Friend About Her Children?
A man has written in wondering how to deal with disciplining children while living in his friends' home. This article offers the man advice on discussing the situation…...
I'm a Childminder and My Toddler Keeps Biting the Baby: Why?
I'm a Childminder and My Toddler Keeps Biting the Baby: Why?
Biting can be a serious problem and needs to be nipped in the bud. Use both positive and negative reinforcement to solve this issue....
My 5 Year Old Son Has Panic Attacks: How Can I Help Him?
My 5 Year Old Son Has Panic Attacks: How Can I Help Him?
We all want our children to have a happy and optimistic outlook on life, so what do we do when things start to worry or upset them?...
Why Does My 12 Year Old Keep Stealing?
Why Does My 12 Year Old Keep Stealing?
Sometimes children act out of character and start stealing, there is usually a good reason for this and parents should try to stay calm and talk to the child....
Why Does My Child's Behaviour Change?
Why Does My Child's Behaviour Change?
Children's behaviour often changes due to emotions and because particular behaviours have been learned for particular situations. This answer discusses why a child's…...
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