Child Psychology and Behaviour

It's about my son who is 11 years old

7 to 11 years

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Updated on Feb 07, 2020

Hez very rebel nowadays, not studying, coming without completing the notes from school, not submitting notes for correction. Everyday I will get angry with him for these reasons. I don't know what had happened to him.

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| Feb 07, 2020

Hi manjusha valiyedath ! It is quite possible that child is unhappy about something. Please try and talk to him. Avoid judging him. Try and be friends with him. listen to him patiently. hug him often.

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| Feb 07, 2020

Getting angry with him will only increase his problems. probably he is not able to open up and share with you what has hurt him. You could ask his father to talk to him like a friend. Be available for him let him know that he can share his heart out with you. Children at this age are very sensitive .he needs you.

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| Feb 07, 2020

Helo Manjusha Valiyedath what you can do is make a responsibility chart listing like completing notes, drinking milk, keeping shoes in rack etc like what all things he have to do. If he completes it give a star. You can frame this for one week and then repeat. Monthly once you can give a surprise if he gets more stars. Dont get angry it will only make things worse. Be patient with kids. If you get angry just close eyes and take a deep breath then talk with them

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| Feb 07, 2020

Manjusha Valiyedath hi.. you must talk to him without getting angry with him if you get angry with the child He will feel offended and will not attend to your suggestions ...so you have to be calm and supportive with the child and must try to understand the situation what he is actually going through ... he might be having some problem in studies or in the school or in the tuition Centre if he goes there so without getting angry you must look into the matter and find the exact cause of such a behaviour.. not judge the child at this age they are very sensitive and the need your compassion give some responsibility to handle and whenever you see him angry you must remain calm and see to it that you doesn't overreact otherwise situation make get worsen... you can also read the following blogs https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/7-tips-for-parents-to-control-angry-outbursts/335

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