my daughter is 7 year old. She is single parent brought up. I am taking care of her. One day while checking the books ,i found my signature is copied by her,to show to the teacher that she has completed the homework. While i asked she told me truth and start crying. My concern is that,how she has started doing wrong things. From where she is learning this. Or it my mistake. Or it is a normal.... Kindly help in the above matter,what i should do and precaution i should take care?

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Children do this for various reasons. It is part of growing up. It could be any of these: Fear Not wanting to bother you Or just experimenting Sit down with her and tell her how you felt. Talk to her. Spend time regularly with her just having fun. Build your channel of communication in such a way that she does not hesitate to share anything with you. And when you say that you will be supportive show it also in action. Do not worry.

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