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Child Psychology and Behaviour

behaviour in public place

Manika Sareen
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Oct 01, 2016

hi,my daughter never talks properly to every except parents,wenever she meet someone n wants to talk to her she shouts n one word*(ganda) she is using very frequently whoever talk to her including family members she shouts n say ganda,i tried everything beating (i know that is not a solution )with love also but nothing works for me,please help me on this topic

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Manika Sareen

| Oct 01, 2016

THanks a lot sikha for a wonderful advice.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 01, 2016

hi Manika Sareen! I understand your concerns very well. Manika she is a small child and probably doesn't even understand the meaning of the word she uses often and it's the reaction to her use of that word (people going away, or leaving her alone) is what matters to her. please try and understand she could be a shy child and by saying that she is conveying 'please leave me alone'. you could teach her other appropriate ways of getting rid of people who try to talk to her. tell he the quicker she would be in saying' hello' and 'her name' and probably answer to one or two more questions they ask her , the earlier they would leave her and not bother her again. I tell my Lil one if she would greet people her hair would get longer like Rapunzel . she is very excited about it and is the first one to greet guests. u need to see what works with your child. hope this helps!

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Manika Sareen

| Oct 01, 2016

hmmm ok no one ever hurt her in any way,i will try to talk to her again,i have talked so many times to her,may be this is a phase n slowly it will go

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Canisha Kapoor

| Oct 01, 2016

Hi Manika I am not Canishaji, just Canisha and when I say hurt I don't just mean beating her. there are other ways to hurt a young child. Please do talk to her about this.

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Manika Sareen

| Oct 01, 2016

hi canisha ji,thank u so much for ur advice,no one ever beat her except me

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Canisha Kapoor

| Oct 01, 2016

Hi Manika, was she hurt by some elder? Has she seen something that was not age appropriate? Talk to her lovingly and let her know that you will be there for her no matter what happens? Be polite with her and tell her that her behaviour is not acceptable.

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Parentune Support

| Oct 01, 2016

Hi Manika, here's a blog that may help you-https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/parenting-tips-teaching-your-toddler-to-behave/749

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