Archive for 'Behavior'
Sometimes your child’s misbehavior may have more to do with how she is feeling physically, rather than how she’s feeling emotionally. At one time the word ‘discipline’ had negative connotations. Today though, most experts see discipline [...]
Punishment and discipline. Why these two words are not interchangeable. Often when we think of disciplining our children, the word punishment comes to mind. But more and more, both experts and parents are seeing that discipline [...]
If there is one behavior that most parents, caregivers and teachers would readily admit drives them around the bend it’s whining. The good news is there are some simple ways to help your child to avoid [...]
Bringing home a new baby? If you already are the parent of a toddler ora preschooler, you can expect her feathers to be a little ruffled by her new, little sibling. One of the most traumatic [...]
Is your child on the outs with his friends? As tempting as it is, jumping in to solve her tiffs isn’t the best solution. When our children have a fight with one of their friends, it’s [...]
Did you sleepwalk as a child? Then chances are your child will be a sleep walker too! Sleepwalking. As strange as a phenomenon as it is, it’s one which is relatively common. Studies tell us that [...]
A newly released study on autism in children suggests that a mother’s health and age may play a role in autism. The study’s lead author, Joachim Hallmayer of Stanford University looked at 192 identical and fraternal [...]
If you’re concerned your child has a learning disability, you may want to have an assessment earlier rather than later. Learning Disabilities From attention deficit hyperactivity disorder to dyslexia to Asperger’s, there are many learning disabilities [...]
Does your child repeat words and phrases over and over? This doesn’t necessarily mean he has a stutter. Learning to speak is a remarkable feat. Even more remarkable is that it’s accomplished within the first few [...]
Is your child a picky eater? While it may be tempting to bribe her to eat her meals, in the long run this creates more problems than its worth. Remember how voracious your child’s appetite was [...]
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