Child Psychology and Behaviour

Stubborn child to normal child

1 to 3 years

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Updated on Aug 19, 2017

how to come down stubborn child to normal

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| Oct 11, 2017

Hi Megha Nagar it will definitely help you... just have patience... it will definitely work.. if you like my video than do subscribe and share

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| Oct 11, 2017

my child is 3 years old. she eats not well. Always running and watch mobile when she eat and one hour complete for the meal in which chapati or paratha curd nd vegetable. how can I handle ??her chewing speed is slow .

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| Aug 19, 2017

Thank you ,I hope this video and your msg help me to handle my daughter .Thank you once again

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| Aug 19, 2017

Hi Dr check this video, hope it helps you https://youtu.be/cZzY4M_ABcY

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| Aug 19, 2017

Megha Nagar in that case u could leave the room ensuring her safety, as if she would see u around , she would throw more tantrums and continue till u continue pleading her to stop. let this message get across, that this attitude might not work ,but calmly saying what she wants might help ! when she is out her fit, and ready to listen to u, let her know , now u r ready to talk . hope this helps!

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| Aug 19, 2017

she will never listen to me or anyone else when she is crying and stubborn ,she just cry and cry for an hour

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| Aug 19, 2017

hi Megha Nagar ! u could do this by coming UP to his level . dealing with him with love and patience. whenever he gets stubborn , u need to be more patient and keep telling to yourself, u will not let ur tempers rise. lighten the moment by adding humor to him and try diverting his attention. more u would pay heed to his tantrums, more he would continue with it . please go through this blog. hope you will find it useful!Hey! I find this Parenting blog really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/love-or-fear-how-do-you-discipline-your-child/771?ptref=sa0l000030g00lf

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