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2001-09-26
Name: Editor Little Avni sits on the table munching on some chocolate. She quietly sits like a tiger ready to attack, watching her brother reach out for the last piece of chocolate. As soon as her older brother's fingers touch the piece, she springs forth her hand and pulls his hair. Ouch! Many toddlers have a bad habit of pulling hair.

The toddler might pull his older sibling's hair because he might want to signal to the sibling the consequences that will occur if the sibling ever takes that last piece of chocolate again.

One way you can stop this inappropriate behavior is by showing the toddler that pulling hair will not help him get what he desires.

Does your toddler also pull his elder sibling's hair? How do you stop him or her? Share with us!

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2001-10-01
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Name: Roja
Subject:  Sibling
My 2 year old son loves to pull his elder sister's hair. But this the way he expresses his love for his elder sister!
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