Child Psychology and Behaviour

hitting and pushing

Preeti Sharma
1 to 3 years

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Updated on Nov 23, 2017

my 2year 10 months baby is very aggressive.. he is hitting and pushing other kids in school.. i m so worried about dis behavior of him.. plz help how can i handle him wid this..

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Harshita Israni

| Nov 23, 2017

My 2 year daughter is very etc energetic I am n joint family I have to finish my work so I always give her tab and cell phone for listening rhymes ,I am worried she is very much used to off cell phone what to do pls advice......

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Harshita Israni

| Nov 23, 2017

ultimate solution dear Shikha batra

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 23, 2017

now this time try the other half of the answer given as well . it might help!

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Preeti Sharma

| Nov 23, 2017

Ma'am i hv tried dis.. when i pretend crying he says mumma dont cry i wont do dis nxt tym bt after 5 or 10 min he will repeat d same.. and when i m not talking to him he start crying and beg mumma plz talk to me bt all dis doesnt work for him..

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Shikha Batra

| Nov 23, 2017

hi Preeti Sharma ! when he hits or pushes u at home avoid scolding him and just hold his hand gently and say No.. Pretend crying.. do not talk to him for an hour or so. tell him since you are hurt , u are not talking to him.. on the same day after two hours of this incidence u could tickle him and make him laugh and tell him to do the same with you.. now ask him what did he like more making you cry or making you laugh.. i believe he would definitely say making your laugh.. hug him and tell him the message of this activity. hitting hurts and making someone laughs make u happy too . so he should not hurt anyone.. repeat the same message through stories, role plays etc.. everyday till it sinks in. also praise and hugs him when he listens to u.

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Reddaiahraju

| Nov 23, 2017

same problem my boy also having pushing and beating another kids what to do

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