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Child Psychology and Parenting

Observe how your child interacts with you, themselves, and the world, to understand their mental development. 

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Early Childhood Behavioral and Emotional Disorders

Children under the age of 5 years old will unusually receive a diagnosis of a serious behavioral disorder however, symptoms of a disorder could be diagnosed later in childhood. They may begin displaying which includes –

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Parenting for Childhood Success

Parenting styles are rarely to blame for childhood behavioral problems. And if you’re searching out solutions to help your family cope, that’s a pretty good indication that you aren’t causing your child’s issues. Still, parents play a crucial role in treating early childhood behavioral issues.

Parenting Styles: Which One Is Right for You? »

Authoritarian parenting

Authoritative parents hold high standards and expectations for their children, while also being empathic and kind.

Authoritative parenting

This parent maintains a stern approach to parenting that lacks communication and the possibility of negotiation.

Permissive parenting

The permissive parent is too relaxed and is unable to teach rules, create structure, and be consistent with consequences.

Uninvolved parenting

The uninvolved parent is neglectful to their child’s physical and emotional well-being, needs, and safety.

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Be Patient with Your Children

Empathy, a cooperative attitude, and calm nature are essential traits for parents to adopt as their child struggles. Also, understanding when to ask for help is key.

If your child’s behavior becomes disruptive to the general running of your household or their education, or if they become violent, it’s time to talk to a professional.

Growing children with behavioral problems aren’t easy. But before you rush to diagnose them or turn into a strict formalist, reach out for help. Your pediatrician can provide insight into whether your child’s behavior is normal for their age, and provide resources for support.

Source* – Healthline