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2015-07-18
Name: Subramanian Senthilnathan My son who is 10 years old is not acting like kids his age. He is good in studies but cannot interact with anyone else outside the home. He wants to win somehow in sports but not willing to put in the effort. He doesn't make eye contact while taking to any one other than ourselves. Can you recommend any child psychologist in Chennai who is good and with whom you have personal experience
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2016-09-26
#1
Name: Parvathi
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
Hi enroll him in any of the classes where they help in developing the child's personal behaviour and also helps the kid to talk and communicate with people in the right way.
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2016-09-22
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Name: Ishita
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
Hi You can send your son to a basic personality development classes which will help in improving his ability to talk at the same time give him a very good boost in communication.
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2016-08-26
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Name: Lavina
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
You should take him out with you to interact with people because just being good in studies won't help him in life. Make him take part in group conversations so that he talks and gets to know more people and makes friends.
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2016-08-21
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
You need to explain the importance of hard work to him and motivate him to work for what he wants to achieve in life or even for a sports competition. Tell him that if he wants to win you will support him and help him.
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2016-08-18
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Name: NN
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
If your son wants to win then you will have to explain it to him that one does not achieve anything without working hard for it. Anything achieved without hard work is only a temporary success and will eventually go.
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2016-08-15
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Name: Ashna
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
I do not think that he needs a psychologist for this problem. According to me he is just a little shy and nothing else and you should to make him interacting with other people more and for sports keep encouraging him.
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2016-04-26
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Name: Myntra
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
Hello Subbu,
So you are worried about your child that it he does not making eye contact to any other person then you have to solve your problem because as he grows he would be the same and never speak to any one also.
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2016-05-06
#8
Name: stutee saini
Subject:  RE:RE:behavioral problem
@ Myntra - the child seems to lack self confidence and may be trying to over compensate by his need to win everything. Subbu is rt, help may be required in this case. Sometimes, at least a consult is essential to learn if things are normal. My neice had a confidence issue and turns out that she was feeling threatened by her sibling who was an over achiever. We never got to the bottom of this until we sought help. Thanks to her teacher @ Orchids who suggested we try something of the sort.
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2016-04-13
#9
Name: Pari
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
Hi Subbu,
Why don't you try to solve your issue by some special doctor so that he would solve your son problem and he would interact with all the people and e participates in all events also.
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2016-04-06
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Name: Munna
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
hello Subramanian,
I think your son was conserved and you must bring him out of that.It would take some time for you to do because he do have some fear and it will not go so easily and you need to hold some patience for him.
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2016-03-29
#11
Name: Madhu
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
Hello Subramanian Senthilnatan,
It is quite common we see some kids will not do such activities because they do have some fear but you do not get worry for him as he grows definitely he changes and you will be astonished that is he your child or not.So be happy no need to worry.
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2016-03-14
#12
Name: behavioral problem
Subject:  RE:behavioral problem
Ria and Ravina are right. Why don't you talk to his teachers and other children at school to understand why he behaves in the fashion he does. Sometimes teachers can give you wonderful insights. For instance, my child one had a behavioural change at school and his teacher was the one to come and talk to me about it. We worked at solving it together. You could try that.
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2016-01-21
#13
Name: ria
Subject:  hi
have you ever notice that he have friends in school or not? he may lack in self confidence due to which he may not be able to cope up with other things than studies because for that you don't have to interact with other people except viva. does he have corelational peroblem as in can he connect to things properly? or can do two three things at a time? he may have behavioral problem. you can visit child psychologist. and don't worry. he just need little treatment and he will be fine soon.
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2016-01-07
#14
Name: ravina singh
Subject:  Behavioral Problem
Hi! Looks like the child is display some signs of behavioral problems. He may even be mildly autistic - don't mean to scare you. Since you talked about eye contact, it cropped up in my mind. Take him to a peadiatrician first to rule out behvaioral problems and then proceed as per his/her recommendation. You must surely have a peasiatrician rt?
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2015-11-03
#15
Name: Payal Raval
Subject:  Behavioral Problem
HI Subramanian! Does your kid interact with other members at home? What happenes when a visitor comes home? Also, why does he have an obsession with sport and has he always avoided eye contact since he was a kid? If so, did you consult any doctor for that before?
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