Child Psychology and Behaviour

child behavior

Tusha Sinha
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Oct 25, 2017

my son is 1 year 9 months old. don't know whts wrong or where am I wrong... he has suddenly started slapping everyone... for no reason.. this is so embarrassing.... I tried every possible thing but no result. I m getting depressed bcoz of it... we have a healthy family environment.... and now I have started losing my patience... plz help

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 26, 2017

tusha sinha if he can express himself and can communicate his needs ,say for instance if he wants to use washroom, or he is hungry or thirsty , then u can send him to playschool. help him by teaching him how to express himself in words.

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Nidhi Sharma

| Oct 26, 2017

You must have Laughed or had given reaction that he liked,when he hit for the first time.. Now you should avoid reacting when he is hitting.. It will make him understand that no body is reacting on my actions. So he will hopefully forget that.

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tusha sinha

| Oct 25, 2017

thanks Shikha Batra ...my son usually hits when we stop him for anything... for example he wants to open d refrigerator and would take out all stuff..... doesn't wNt to eat( he never wants to eat) wants to go out every hour, will spit his food . is it a right time to put him in play school will that make some difference

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 25, 2017

hi tusha sinha ! the more u would react and scold him, more he would enjoy seeking your attention . avoid scolding when he misbehaves rather praise him when he behaves well. for instance observe when and y he usually hits, or what triggers his this behavior . tell him politely before hand and when he doesn't hit praise him, hug him and clap for him.. u could also narrate stories with similar moral and set example for him by not hitting him. this needs lot of patience and perseverance from ur end , but he wud definitely come around. hope this helps!

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