7 Types of Behavior in Children That Parents Need To Be Wary About

Children can sometimes be extremely difficult for parents to handle. However, if a general behavioral pattern occurs on a frequent basis, parents need to look at these as signs that their child may be facing some problem. There’s very little point in punishing your child for this behaviour by doing something like stopping them going on their favourite Youtube page, as this will most likely only lead to even worse behaviour. Certain features of children, as explained by experts, need to be checked by their parents before it gets too late. If it isn’t, children begin to observe the careless attitude and such behavior is ingrained in the child psyche and that’s exactly the type of character he may grow up to be. Here are 7 Types of Behavior in children that parents need to be concerned about and shouldn’t ignore-

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Knowing when to intervene

If your child displays these features then there is problem that cannot be resolved on its own and you should seek professional help.

  • Your Child’s Behavior causes the people around you to suffer
  • You find that the situation is out of your control
  • Your child has hygiene, eating and sleeping problems
  • If your child’s behavior suddenly changes without a reason like they suddenly start remaining aloof and being rude to their friends, then it would be good to have a talk with them.
  • This behavior of theirs can worry you for a month or longer
  • They start getting into fights at school, skipping classes and their grades begin faltering

In addition, there are some other features you might want to keep an eye out for. These include:

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Child Behavior

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1Being Unable to Forgive

Parents need to mentor their children’s negative emotions, especially when it comes to knowing how to deal with conflicting situations. Often, parents would like to see their children tackle the situation head on and fight back, but sometimes it is necessary to know how to leg off negative emotions and put aside all thoughts of revenge.

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Being Unable to Forgive

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What to do?

Acting as a role model to your child can really help them learn and understand what it means to forgive. This way they are able to analyze their own feelings as well as other people’s feelings, and hence understand the reason behind conflicts. It would be even more helpful if parents can sit and talk to them on how to come out of or resolve a messy situation.

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2Irresponsibility

Sometimes, it so happens that in the case of siblings, one sibling tends to put the blame on the other sibling or siblings for whatever mischief he/she did. While certain siblings accept the blame like it’s no big deal, others may resort to conflicting arguments resulting in a blame game. Think about it, you wouldn’t want your child to repeat this behavior over when he is an adult and does this to his colleagues at work.

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Irresponsibility

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What to do?

Make your child understand that they need to take responsibility for their actions by setting boundaries that should be increased slowly overtime. Also, talk to them regarding their bad behavioral patterns and problems.

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3Excessive Stubbornness

Being able to defend one’s views through making compromises is better learnt early in life. Hence, it would be way more beneficial for parents to teach this skill to their kids before they grow into their teens, as it may be too difficult for them to learn it as a teenager or adult.

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Excessive Stubbornness

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What to do?

To find out the reason behind your children’s stubbornness, you would need to understand their feelings first. Also, help them in understanding the feelings and motives of other people as well. Teach them what they ought to do and what they shouldn’t. Don’t go about arguing, blaming, begging or trying to bribe them. Being straightforward, calm and compromising is the best way to make them understand. So instead of saying things like “No, you shouldn’t eat this cake now”, say it like this “You can eat this cake after your dinner”.

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