Child Psychology and Behaviour

my child behaviour

1 to 3 years

Created by Shubhashree
Updated on Nov 04, 2017

my daughter is 2. 2 now and she is perfectly growing up with everything but one thing has not been changed that she is very shy and scarred when we see other people. if somebody comes to our house that time also my daughter start crying and behave like scarred and she only hugged me tightly. sometimes it is normal to see new people but for the same face also she behaves the same and everytime it's not normal, what to do please help me

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| Nov 04, 2017

thank you Shikha for your helpful comments

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| Nov 04, 2017

Shubhashree this is the right time to send her to playschool. her cranky behavior could be because of moving out from a joint family as since birth she was used to seeing them around. try and take her out everyday, and play with age mates. even if she doesn't play, let her watch from distance ,in few days she should open up.

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| Nov 04, 2017

yes after she born we went to my native for 3 months that is joint family

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| Nov 04, 2017

not she has not joined play school yet, should I send her play school now ?

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| Nov 04, 2017

shubhashree has she joined play school?? were u ever in a joint family after she was born ?

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| Nov 04, 2017

thank you so much Shikha Batra , yes we are nuclear family. actually she is behaving to our close relatives also to whom she meets in every week that is my concern and I m little worried about it. actually when she was born that time till 1 year my daughter was in a crancky mood and even now also for a small things she cries alot. what is the reason and when I m wrong I don't know please help me

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| Nov 04, 2017

hi shubhashree! are u in nuclear family set up! some children are shy by nature and stranger anxiety continues to persist .a day or two before their visit , u could talk about them, how do u know them, their names and if u have their pics share it with her . make it at her at ease. avoid forcing to her greet them .. the moment she would be comfortable she would open up on her own . hope this helps!

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