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Dealing with Common Behavioural Problems in Children

Behavioural problems can surely affect the growth and development of children if they are not handled the right way. Read on to find some tips for dealing with common behavioural problems in children.

Children are the adults of the future, hence grooming them to be well behaved proper human beings should be the first priority of the parent. However, too much disciplining can be fatal. Kids tend to go way more out of hand if they are constantly under strict parental supervision. They need to be given a certain amount of space that everyone needs. But make sure you do not go too easy on them either. Be alert of their behaviour and actions and if they step out of line, make them understand through proper means.

They are your kids and it is certain that you will want them to have the best of everything, but indulging them too much, giving them everything they want and spoiling them is not an option either. They need to be taught to value everything including life.

Parents these days undergo the common problem of having to deal with behavioural issues with their children. Sometimes, things can go way out of hand and the parent might find themselves at their wit’s end. Hence, here is a list of common behavioural problems in children and how to deal with them so that your children can distinguish between what is right and what is wrong:-


Aggressiveness is one of the leading behavioural problems that children suffer from starting from biting and hitting to screaming. At times like these, just keep calm. Do not hit your child at any cost as it will not result in anything positive. Remove your child from the situation he or she is in to help him or her calm down. Explain logically and nicely and teach them an alternative.


Children often lie about small things and can we really blame them? Not always. No. They always happen to look up to you and be good. However, you can prevent them from lying by building their trust. Do not overburden them with expectations or accuse them after they lie.

Running Away

Kids are uncontrollable because they are curious about everything and possess a new sense of freedom. This induces them to often run away from you. No amount of teaching can stop this. However, you can ensure their safety by keeping them close to you and entertaining them so that they do not get interested in greener pastures. Also, explain to your child how you expect him or her to behave and what is wrong and what is right.

Throwing Tantrums

A temper tantrum is one of the most feared behaviours that parents are scared of. It is extremely important to not lose your cool. Remember that you are the adult here and be patient with them. Tell them you love them and then talk it out later when they calm down.


Kids often tease other kids for particular reasons such as their stature, wearing glasses, having a particular kind of hairstyle and the like. If this kind of behaviour is not checked and disciplined, it can trigger a bullying behaviour later on in their teens or adulthood.

Although, you cannot stop other kids from teasing your child, you can help her deal with and cope up with the comments passed out to her. Teach her either not to respond and completely ignore the bullies. Tell her that if she reacts, they will get encouraged to bully her even more. However, if things get out of hand and if the teasing gets incessant get help from the teacher or talk to the parents of the other kids who tease your child.

Children are the best gifts of life that parents dearly treasure and protect. But their autonomous existence tends to mould their minds in accordance with the environment around them. Hence, as a parent, it is your sole duty to guide them towards the right path so that they can effectively contribute to the society and in that process grow up to be the wonderful human beings you dream they can be.

What are the common behavioural problems in children? How to deal with behavioural problems in children? How can behavioural problems affect the development of children? Discuss here.

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Naina.1 year ago
Children can go haywire if parents don't pay attention at the behavioural problems in them.
Hemali.1 year ago
Behavioural problems are quite difficult to handle, thank you for sharing these tips.
Palak.1 year ago
Parents must deal with behavioural problems in children smartly so that they grow-up into balanced individuals.
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