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Webinar on How to say no to a child and deal with aggression

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Have a young child at home who doesn't listen to you at all? Or are you facing a problem in dealing with an aggressive child who throws a tantrum at the first sign of things not going his way? If you are looking for solutions to behavioural issues of your child, here is a not-to-be missed opportunity. Log in and interact ,live, with our Child Pscyhologist. Topic: How to say no to a child and deal with aggressionExpert: Dr Ann Simi John, Child PsychologistDate and Time: 24 Jun, 11:30--12:45

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Meenu

| Jun 24, 2014

Thank you for help Dr Ann :)

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

Thank you Dr. Ann for your expert advice:)

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

Thankyou Dr Ann for your kind words... also is it too early to introduce her to alphabets. she is 3. I have seen children around her reciting the entire alphabets, months of years, weekdays... she doesn't know this yet. is it normal.

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Meenu

| Jun 24, 2014

giving you a situation if my son is on slide and some parent or child will ask him to get off he will gets off. What can i tell him to say or do in that situation.

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

Thanks Dr Ann.... just one more thing.. i sometimes feel all this scolding has resulted in making my daughter afraid of me in some situtions... as in if she is not eating her food and I strictly tell her, eat it or mumma will get angry, she will look at me a little scared but obey.. is it my guilt? what can I do to make her not scared of me.

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Meenu

| Jun 24, 2014

Thank you Dr Ann, another question i would like to ask how to make my child assertive as he gets bullied in park very often.

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

Also, Dr Ann, sometimes when she doesn't listen to me, I threaten her with punishment (locking her in a room). I don't feel good about it but it is effective. do you think it is ok to deal with children like this?

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

Maybe this is out of the box question, I mean the topic. But how late can we give food to the baby at night. She usually sleeps by 9:30? and for how long should we not give food after the bath?

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Meenu

| Jun 24, 2014

Hi Dr Ann, I have a 5 year old son me and my husband both are working recently i have observed my son has become very possessive about his stuff how should i teach him the value of sharing. please suggest

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

Also, as both me and my husband are working, she is generally playing with the maid. now that she is growing older, I feel the maid can't stimulate her enough and she wants me and my husband only to play. how can I get her to play on her own and not want us around all the time

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

While I am giving food to my baby, it happens sometimes that she would simply refuse for it. Is there a particular way to handle this.. No?

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

While I am giving food to my baby, it happens sometimes that she would simply refuse for it. Is there a particular way to handle this.. No?

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

I have a 3 year old daughter. She is normal, happy child. Likes to mix with people and goes to a playschool. What kind of games/activities can I give her to play at home that will boost her mental abilities

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

Whats the best way to handle this temper tantrum at this age?

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

She would sometimes also make a fist with that behaviour... is that normal?

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

Have tried everything, but often things get out of control...

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Nabhi

| Jun 24, 2014

My child is 7months and recently I have noticed that she would literally scream out, if she needs something or if something is taken away from her. Is this the age when child develops aggression or tempers?

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

Yes, I understand,I have tried to prepare a routine for her, which we try to follow... but most of the time things get out of hand... do you think it advisable to go for parent child counselling sessions?

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

I have a 3 year old daughter. She is normal, happy child. Likes to mix with people and goes to a playschool. What kind of games/activities can I give her to play at home that will boost her mental abilities

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Ravia Ranjanava

| Jun 24, 2014

Hello Dr Ann

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

The timing varies, sometimes it lasts for about 10 minutes, sometimes it goes on and on....

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

Anything and everything that doesnt suit her fancy, it could be when we ask her to finish her homework and she doesnt want to study, or wants to watch TV for long hours, or when we stop her from doing some dangerous stuff (like cutting veggies with a sharp knife or lighting the matches), or even waking up in the morning, or going to bed at night.... the list is endless....

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

So, my daughter is 5+ years old and she is very prone to throwing tantrums at the drop of a hat. She always wants to get her way and any kind of resistance from elders results in screaming, crying, etc. I would like to get your expert views on how to handle such situations

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

Hi

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Nilanjana Sur

| Jun 24, 2014

Has the session started?

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