Child Psychology and Behaviour

Aaggressive

Santosh Sharma
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Nov 04, 2016

Hi my daughters age is 7yrs she is too aggressive n throws things in anger after that she starts crying . She is trying to beat me also pls suggest me what should I do.

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 04, 2016

hello Santosh Sharma! I understand your worries and would like u to have faith in yourself. you and only u hold the key to all her problems. Avoid taking it personally and look for reasons behind her this anger and frustration. she can only share her heart out with u , as mother's lap has the power to melt down hearts. hug her often, kiss her on her forehead, listen to her. spend 20 to 30 minutes exclusively with her everyday. u can do activities with her which are of common interest like cooking, drawing, art and craft, learning an instrument etc. Also u could teach her ways to channelize her anger and do something constructive like taking rounds of the park, or singing on karaoke, or playing guitar or any instrument or even shout out loudly . even u could accompany her in doing this and make it a fun filled activity. Santosh u need to wear the hat of a friend to understand what's bothering your girl. she needs u and right from this moment itself promise yourself u will try to help her out, and let her know u r there for her no matter what ! this should help u!

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Shweta Matharu

| Nov 04, 2016

for a 7 yr old it's a must that you have maximum communication. talking is the only way out. if u gain her confidence she might be able to open up to you. share what happens with you through the day both good and bad. also share ur feelings as you are talking to a adult. this has helped my relative with her 5 yr old. your daughter is old enough to understand slot of things and also was be in her shoes too. u will hv to think like a 7 yr old too at times to understand why is she doing what she is doing. hope this helps.

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Jayashree Mishra

| Nov 04, 2016

She is hurting deeply inside. The reason is known to her. She is not finding words or ways to figure out whom or how to say it.. Get her confidence. Instead of being upset with her, tell her u want her to tell u what bothers her. Once the thing is out she will be better.

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