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2015-08-31
Name: Vino Thini Hi
MY son is 4 yrs.he never mingles with anybody. he plays with one kid always.he copys what that other kid do.or else he wants me to support him.he never tries own.he is doing everything like a copy cat.pls suggest something to make something of his own
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2016-09-26
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Name: Praneet
Subject:  RE:Developing himself
Hi Vino, kids have this tendency to easily adopt the way other behave with time they get fine so do not worry. Its not unusual we all tend to face this trouble with small kids.
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2016-08-26
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:Developing himself
He plays and talks to only one person because he thinks he knows him well and he is comfortable with him. If you want him to talk to more people then you will have to make him do that forcefully first after that he will get along on his own.
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2016-08-16
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Name: Anmol
Subject:  RE:Developing himself
This is how children learn so you don't have to worry about it. They play and stay with people/ children they are comfortable with and are not much into meeting people they do not know or are not familiar with.
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2016-04-27
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Name: Candy
Subject:  RE:Developing himself
Hello Vino,
So you had problem with your son that e never mingles to any one and you need to let this habit from him other wise as he grows he would inculcate with the same habit and it would be heavy problem to him only.
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2016-04-02
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Name: Shailu
Subject:  RE:Developing himself
Hello Vino Thini,
Can i say one thing to you kids will get easily attracted and they will good grasping power at that age. So we need to take care about them and teach what is good and bad to them.So that we can look after them also.
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2016-01-21
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Name: shamika
Subject:  hi
as he will grow he will understand try to stop that other kid's interaction with your son and see what he does. i think there nothing to worry. or just consult child psychologist.
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