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How to learn Re framing Techniques for a Child’s Negative Behavior Skip

Children have a whole slew of negative behaviors that they try out over the years. By the time they’re 3 and 4 years old, they’ve run the gamut of crying, shouting, hitting and tattling. You might wonder where these little rage machines came from, and many parents blame themselves, thinking…

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How to share three Ways to Change Behavior Skip

Children’s behavior problems are best addressed as soon as they crop up, as entrenched behaviors are more difficult to extinguish. If you have developmentally appropriate expectations for your child, but she is pushing the limits, there are actions you can take to curb her unacceptable behavior quickly. It takes vigilance…

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How to find siblings of special needs children and copying behavior skip

It’s hard enough to have a child with special needs, but the challenges grow when you also have other children. The siblings of special-needs children have a set of needs all their own, and require just as much attention and understanding. Without these, copying behaviors can emerge. Knowing how to…

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How to Make Preservatives in Food and Child Behavior Skip

Will all the mystery ingredients on food labels, you likely wonder if some of these chemical names are affecting your child’s behavior — specifically, all the preservatives found in crackers, cookies and pretty much anything that doesn’t need to be refrigerated. Well, experts can’t agree on preservatives and their behavior,…

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How to learn Preschool Activities to Reinforce Positive Behavior Skip

Encouraging your child’s positive behavior is much more pleasant than responding to negative behavior. You hate being the one to always say, “Don’t do that,” “Stop that right now” or “If you don’t stop, I’m going to…” If every other word out of your mouth seems to include correcting your…

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Preschool Activities to Reinforce Positive Behavior Skip

Encouraging your child’s positive behavior is much more pleasant than responding to negative behavior. You hate being the one to always say, “Don’t do that,” “Stop that right now” or “If you don’t stop, I’m going to…” If every other word out of your mouth seems to include correcting your…

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Parental Characteristics Influencing Child Behavior Skip

If you’ve ever wondered how little kids learn, watch your little one copy your behavior. This could be a scary thing if your kid hears you hit your thumb with a hammer. It’s heartwarming when you hear your kid call someone “honeycake.” Your own behavior — both the good and…

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How To Share Negative Divorce and a Toddler’s Behavior Skip

Even under the best of circumstances, a toddler will have a tough time adjusting to her parents’ divorce, and getting used to a new way of life without Mommy and Daddy together. Add lots of fighting and that “tug-of-war” feeling to the mix, and a tot’s reactions will be even…

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