When they aren't being cute and lovable, children can often be loud, aggressive, selfish, and violent, which are just a few of the myriad behavioral issues with which parents must contend. The experts at The National Parenting Center give helpful advice from everything like sibling rivalry, temper tantrums, and biting. With a style that is both efficient and reassuring, they detail the value behind setting up ground rules, employing "time-outs", and being calm, which may be the most important lesson, as children learn behavior from those around them. Behavioral Problems is a useful tool for parents raising an unruly child.
Behavioral problems can take many forms, from sibling rivalry to screaming, biting, interrupting you on the telephone, misbehaving in the supermarket, or even not sharing toys. The experts from The National Parenting Center offer their advice on these problems, and tell you why "Time-Outs" are best for dealing with aggressive behavior. They'll explain how to handle everything from hyperactivity to car-seat blues to demands for constant entertainment. Please note: This is a live speech recording.
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