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Difficult children are hard to handle so you have to find ways to do it in a more effective way.. There are no born problem children but their are children who have problems. You have to know how to handle these types of kids so that you can deal with them and make them better children.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 73 months ago in Child Psychology | +4 votes | 2 comments
Discussing facts regarding death with your child is such a difficult task. Here are tips and steps that you need to take into account to be able to make your child understand death successfully.
Published by Charlene Nuble 96 months ago in Child Psychology | +3 votes | 3 comments
It's sometimes cute to see your child entertaining imaginary friends. But when it spills over to when he gets older, it can be a problem. Here's how to help your child get over his make-believe buddies.
Published by Charlene Nuble 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +8 votes | 4 comments
Communication is a two-way street. Both parent and child need to send. But the timing is important. If listening doesn't settle the matter, then talk. But sending a message when a child is in an emotional upheaval simulates someone trying to put up wallpaper in a room full of steam. The paper just won't stick. It is much the same way with feelings. Your child can't hear you when he is churning with emotion.
Published by Levy Dalumpines 97 months ago in Child Psychology | +14 votes | 2 comments
Respect is understanding that all people and things have value. By treating people with respect, the world is a nicer place to live in, whether at home,school, or out in the community.
Published by Jo 98 months ago in Child Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
Parents are not the only ones who affect a child's self-respect. Any person who spends long periods of time with him helps to determine his self-image. This person may be a relative, neighbor, babysitter, brother or sister. Teachers have a marked influence over a child because of their constant association. Even though the child is not as dependent on these people for his emotional needs as he is on his parents, they react continuously to him as a person and become an intimate part of his daily ...
Published by Levy Dalumpines 98 months ago in Child Psychology | +8 votes | 1 comments
Children become rebellious only when they have reasons to become one.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 98 months ago in Child Psychology | +6 votes | 2 comments
Strategies to help a child who hates school meet the expectations of teachers and do well in the life.
Published by Gayle Haynes 98 months ago in Child Psychology | +3 votes | 0 comments
When children have learning problems, their parents are usually the first to notice that something is just not right. Teachers often notice a child having trouble in their class. This post helps you learn about 'learning disability', early and warning signs, and as usual bottom of the page has resources section. I hope that earlier you notice any learning disability sign among a child, it is easier to deal with it as a parent or teacher.
Published by Amera Khanam 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
This post is about a list of resources and online sites which offer useful information about children with learning disabilities. Parents can book mark these sites so that in early stages you can figure out what kind of learning disability your child has and how to deal with it? School teachers can get help from these resources as they also need to check if any of the student is facing learning disability!
Published by Amera Khanam 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +0 votes | 0 comments
I came across these (Autism and Asperger Syndrome) mental or psychological disorder after watching some movies. It is a pleasure to note that society is more aware about these personality or psychological disorders, because when awareness is produced, cure and treatment follows it. This post helps you learn about the famous movies on these topics including links to useful sites to learn more about it.
Published by Amera Khanam 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +2 votes | 0 comments
Do you have an extremely shy child? They may possibly have selective mutism. Do they go to school and not talk?
Published by Debbie Conklyn 100 months ago in Child Psychology | +4 votes | 0 comments
We consider competition on the sports field to be a good thing while we strive to keep competition out of the classroom.
Published by Martha lownsberry 112 months ago in Child Psychology | +5 votes | 3 comments
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