Child Psychology and Behaviour

behaviour issues monetary

11 to 16 years

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Updated on May 28, 2018

hello every one ,plz help me ... mera beta 11y6month ka hai and he is in 6 th standard ...I have a doubt on my son that ,he is trying to hide money from us , but later we find money when we talk generally amongst us. I am trying to ful fill all his wishes ..but yes he feel low to see other small kids those r spending their own money 1000.. 500 rupees one at a time . he is also having his piggy bank where he save money ...but I never allow him to use that money to spend ...I always says if u want ask me ..will give u but do not spent money from that . how to deal with it ...or clear my doubts. some time I feel I am a single mother that is the reason ...or some thing

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| May 31, 2018

You need to understand your son fully. Uska behaviour type kya hai, uska personality type kya hai, uska brain kis area mein strong hai aur kis area mein weak hai. Jab aap apne bachche ko puri tarah se samajh loge to aap uske saath behtar tarike se deal kar paogi. DMIT ek aisa test hai jo aapke bachche ke baare mein sab kuchh batayega in a 41-page report. Test lene waale aapke bachche se personally baat karenge aur phir uska fingerprint scan kar ke teen dino mein puri report taiyar karenge. For more details about DMIT, please visit https://www.facebook.com/braincheckers/

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| May 28, 2018

hi Dipali Soni ! please don't go by what people say or u have heard. if u have caught him red-handed then only react.. talk to him why he has been stealing.. and explain politely why stealing is wrong. allow him to buy one thing with a small amount from his collection every month.. let him learn to wait for the d day, say 31st of every month. that would be a reward for his good behavior. here is a blog u would find useful! https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/ways-to-stop-your-child-from-stealing/4097?ptref=sa0l0000ika035t

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