Child Psychology and Behaviour

He gets irritated very quickly and don't want to listen and follow instruction. also loosing interest in studies.

Dr Priyanka
7 to 11 years

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Updated on Dec 11, 2016

Whenever he is told to do any work he doesn't want to follow and gets irritated. He is loosing interest in studies but earlier he was a brilliant student. he does too much gossiping in class. not so attentive now.

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 Sukanya Banerjee

| Dec 13, 2016

My son's attitude changed and he was losing interest in studies. His work in school had become very untidy and he was also becoming very impatient. After a long time I figured out that his dad was travelling more and not staying at home. He would be away for a long time. My son, being an introvert, could not express at first. But gradually it came out. So sit down and be his friend. This is a crucial phase of childhood.

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Ashwinn Narayan

| Dec 12, 2016

10 to 13 yrs .boys are behave like that only. sit and talk with him . give more respect to his thoughts. appreciate for simple things too. give his fav. food. slowly turn his anger to tennis, badmotton or any power games

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Mamthavaasu

| Dec 12, 2016

as for as my knowledge.. they do all these things just to draw our attention... spend time wid him

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Amit Chetan

| Dec 12, 2016

It is good that you noticed this change in your child. Agression or anger can be caused due to various factors. I suggest you spend quality time with the child and observe what causes him to get angry. Talk it out with him if he is around 10. Have patience as once the reasons are identified you can find ways to resolve them.

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Shreya Rajvanshi

| Dec 12, 2016

Hi, has there been any change in the atmosphere at home? Something that has bothered or is bothering your son? You need to sit with him and find that out? Once you know the reason for his aggression you will be able to handle it better.

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