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2004-10-28
Name: charmi My daughter who is 18 months old,is very stubborn and would cry for little things for hours until they are fulfilled. At the same time, she has very bad temper as she would throw things at me or hit me when things are not done as per her liking. Plz, tell me how to handle her.
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2005-01-17
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2004-11-29
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Name: urmila
Subject:  stubborn child
My daughter is 1 year 10 months. In October she was admitted in the hospital due to dehydration. After coming from hospital she has become stubborn, whatever she wants she has to get it otherwise she starts crying and rolls on the ground and cries for hours. I keep her in crech. Kindly advise me how I can handle the situation. She never allows me to do any work nor does she allows me to eat food.
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2004-11-10
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Name: a mother
Subject:  dont worry
hi charmi,
Your child is too young to understand about manners. When my son who is also 18 months throws things or cries if he does not get anything, I just hug him and say it is not okay to throw things. I know it is hard but try to be pro-active and hold her hands before she gets to things and want to throw them. Take the toy away and in a gentle voice tell her it is not okay to throw them. Let her cry and never give in. It will become habitual. Sorry to sound like a gender-biased person but these days raising boys seem to be easier than raising girls.
a mother
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2004-11-08
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Name: R
Subject:  My son also same
hi,

I have a 3 1/2 years son. He also has the same character. Stubborn and anger for the not for the things even small as he like.

He is crying until he get what he think. Sometimes I leave it, but he crying continuously )even per hour).

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2004-11-08
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Name: R
Subject:  My son also same
hi,

I have a 3 1/2 years son. He also has the same character. Stubborn and anger for the not for the things even small as he like.

He is crying until he get what he think. Sometimes I leave it, but he crying continuously )even per hour).

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2004-11-08
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Name: R
Subject:  My son also same
hi,

I have a 3 1/2 years son. He also has the same character. Stubborn and anger for the not for the things even small as he like.

He is crying until he get what he think. Sometimes I leave it, but he crying continuously )even per hour).

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