Child Psychology and Behaviour

behavioral problems

Seema Mahajan
7 to 11 years

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Updated on Jun 01, 2017

doesn't want to to study at all .... doesn't complete his h. w...... not responsibility.... uses abusive language if u try to be Harsh wd him... how to get d things done

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 10, 2017

hi Nagashree Atchyutini! I do understand concerns. when a child is made to choose between two camps, and somehow connects better with that member of the camp, he is ought to dislike other one to show his loyalties.. please make sure he is not given any such choice that their is Grandma camp and your camp and he has to choose one of u. u need to communicate to him that u respect his grandma a lot and she is just like your mother and ur views are not different from hers .the moment this idea will sink in , that there is no such thing, he will respect u and listen to u.. just avoid saying anything against her which can pull your boy away from u. ( P. S. I am not saying u r saying any such thing, just suggesting u to avoid) ! tkcare.

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Nagashree Atchyutuni

| Jun 03, 2017

I am highly depressed as my 11 yr old son is very irresponsible, hates studies, quickly mingles with other children but his friendship always ends in terrible fights. He is too much attached to my mother-in-law, who keeps all his secrets and never discloses neither let anyone tell me about his misbehavior. She has​ spoilt him to the core. On top of that he has been brought up saying his mom and his younger sister are his enemies. He is very difficult to handle. Unfortunately, my husband supports his mom and doesn't let me interfere in resolving my son's behavioral issues. Please help me with your valuable advice.

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 01, 2017

my pleasure Seema ji! glad u found it useful ! tkcare!

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Seema Mahajan

| Jun 01, 2017

thanks once again Shikha ji for your advice..

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Seema Mahajan

| Jun 01, 2017

thank you so much for your valuable advice... I will surely adhere to it n see if it works

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Shikha Batra

| Jun 01, 2017

hi Seema Mahajan! I understand your concerns. u need to deal with him with love. make sure when u talk to him , u are calm and tone is soft and polite. u will not let your tempers rise. consider this as a test of your patience , no matter what u will not loose your cool. now say the same thing to him "beta how about studying for two hours and then u could go out and play. " praise him for listening to u, hug him. reward him with his favorite dish , if he makes efforts. as far as abusive language is concerned make sure nobody at home is using such language. . make some rules for all family members and those who break it, will have to bear the consequences. be firm on this issue. please have a look at this blog . Hey! I find this Parenting blog really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-to-deal-with-your-childs-temper-tantrums/2306?ptref=sa0l000030g01s2

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