An upset mummy here in need of help. My little boy was 4 years old in December, and he’s really naughty. I mean REALLY naughty. I’m not trying to label him but I’ve done a lot of research and he has most, if not all of the symptoms in the three key areas of ADHD.
Is a way to help our kids settle in nursery, mine is 3 and starts school nursery (mornings only) in September. Is there anything I could do to help him?
My two year old daughter has started hitting, what should we be doing to deter this behaviour? Are we bringing up a bully!?
My child pulled off a poo-filled nappy and smeared its contents all over the cot. We asked a child psychologist, is this normal behaviour? What’s going on?!
How do I help my child be more resilient? How do I help them tough it out when they want to give up, or bounce back when things go wrong?
Ways of dealing with stress vary with each circumstance and each child.
Does your child seem to feel things more deeply or intensely than others and process everything more thoroughly?
Tantrums are generally the last measure of a child’s attempt to take care of himself. They are the final and ultimate expression of frustration when the child has been unable to get what he needs, when he needs it. Your child is unable to calmly ask for your time and attention so he can tell you how he is feeling. He simply “blows his fuse” out of sheer frustration and a sense of helplessness.