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Agression in child

Natasha
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Mar 09, 2015

Hi Fellow Parents,    My child has become really agressive in nature. Saying no is next to impossible . Its becomes embarassing now at times. Lately he threw a small stone on my neibour as they were just telling him to play little away from their window.   pls suggest some tips. he is 3+ now.

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shruti

| Mar 22, 2015

Dear natasha No child is aggressive from beginning.... Some situation leads to such kind of this behavior.... You need to find out the cause ...or the action due to which your child has such reaction. I hope you are not working... Even if you are its OK ...but you need to give him time.

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Priyanka

| Mar 10, 2015

Hi Natasha, you could maybe try telling him through his own actions how he makes everything difficult--for eg: if he breaks a toy of some other child, take away a favourite toy of his for a few days to teach him what difficulty he can cause to other people through this. Also watch out for what he is exposed to.. is he watching too much of shows like Chota Bheem, which indirectly breed aggression, or is he around other aggressive children or older children? this may give you cues to his behaviour.

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Priyanka

| Mar 10, 2015

Hi Natasha, you could maybe try telling him through his own actions how he makes everything difficult--for eg: if he breaks a toy of some other child, take away a favourite toy of his for a few days to teach him what difficulty he can cause to other people through this. Also watch out for what he is exposed to.. is he watching too much of shows like Chota Bheem, which indirectly breed aggression, or is he around other aggressive children or older children? this may give you cues to his behaviour.

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Ankita A Talwar

| Mar 10, 2015

Hi Natasha, You will need to tell him what is right behaviour and what is wrong behaviour. Also make him apologize to the neighbours. Tell him how his bad behaviour hurts you in front of others. And though it may sound stern, sometimes giving a child a timeout to think over what he has done also helps.

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Neha

| Mar 09, 2015

Role modelling and lots of patience. Practice this every day. i am sure this will reduce the aggression.

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