Archive for the ‘kids behaviour’ Category
All babies cry, especially during the first weeks of life. They cry when they need something, but does not always mean something is wrong.
Sometimes it may be obvious why the baby cries, for example, that changing diapers or feeding. Other times, it may be difficult to know what’s wrong. Find out why the baby is crying is often a matter of looking at all the possibilities.
A crying baby can be stressful and not sleeping well. It is very important to take breaks if you have a baby who continues to mourn.
If the way to mourn the baby is abnormal for some reason (it is very acute, or whines), shall consult with the doctor and that sometimes can be a sign that the baby is not well. Read the rest of this entry »
Why is that?
One possibility is that your child wants to get your attention with those words. If you have the feeling that you have neglected your child, you should not make up for lost time in any case!
If children are bored, but the problem may lie in the fact that children have forgotten how to deal with themselves, to develop ideas and initiative. Read the rest of this entry »
Many scientists have tried to find out where aggressive behavior is due. Today we are playing on the generally accepted view that both genetic factors and acquired after birth play a role.
In general, boys exhibit three to four times more frequent aggressive behavior than girls.
In girls, aggressive behavior can be observed, however difficult, because the behavior is expressed less in the physical realm. Read the rest of this entry »
From the first day, you look out for his first smile. Do not be too impatient, it was not until the fifth week that your toddler will return your attention with a smile that he has the secret. Beyond the delight it affords, this expression is a language in itself.
The child of 3 or 4 weeks seems to listen with fascination his mother. He stares at her, open and close his mouth and looks interested in the conversation. He chatters and babbles when he heard his mother speak or sing. Read the rest of this entry »
There are different behavior patterns that characterize adolescent males at risk for eating disorders by teenage girls? According to a study by U.S. researchers at the University of Minnesota, absolutely yes.
If it is true that television models, socio-economic and behavioral tendencies of the family group of friends are important risk factors for the onset of eating disorders in adolescents as bulimia, anorexia and bigoressia, it is true that young men seem to react and behave differently than the same age females. Read the rest of this entry »
The bathroom is one of the most important moments in the life of the newborn, not only because it keeps it clean and cool, but because it is a place for his parents encourage him to talk and generate close to him.
This must become a habit that is nurtured from the early days of the baby. Although at times it seems the little annoying and irritating, is an activity that will give you rest and will provide several benefits to your body, including the release of toxins and the ability to reduce fever. Read the rest of this entry »
Young children have basic needs that are essential for their survival and happiness. As necessary as keeping warm, clean and dry, it makes them feel they are loved and wanted. The way to prove it is endless.
Melee contact is vital. The cooing and cuddling will be the beginning of a bond that will strengthen over time and will be the first causes of their emotional expressions. Read the rest of this entry »
Parents are very concerned when they receive a letter from school saying that the child “does not pay attention to the teacher” or “misbehaving in class.” One possible cause for this type of behavior is Attention Deficit Disorder because of Hyperactivity (ADHD – Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder). Read the rest of this entry »
The child’s aggressive behavior is normal, but should control themselves
In childhood, normal aggressive attacks. The aggressive behaviors are intentional acts that cause harm, whether physical or psychological. Behaviors such as hitting others , offending them, mock them, tantrums or inappropriate language used to call the other part of the aggressive child. Read the rest of this entry »
If a child shows aggressive behavior, for example, other children often suggests, in kindergarten again and again gets into conflicts with other children or teachers, parents come very quickly reach their limits.
We look for reasons to explain why the child drives so fast from their own skin.
Especially aggressive behavior is perceived as particularly disturbing, uncomfortable and conspicuous. Also occur just slightly in social contacts with difficulties.
To understand whether the aggressive behavior of a child leads to greater difficulties, or a so-called behavioral abnormality, it is important to highlight some basic facts about aggressive behavior. Read the rest of this entry »