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Child Behavior

Child behavior includes actions and responses to everyday activities. Frustration, tantrums, etc., are common behavioral patterns observed in children. Encouraging good behavior instills a positive growth in every child.

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My 4-year-old daughter does not let me work and cries and behaves arrogantly. How to deal with this?

Query: Hello doctor, My daughter is 4 years old, she does not let me work and cries and behaves arrogantly. How to deal with this? Kindly help.  Read Full »

Dr. Meena. Parth Singh

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Thank you for your query. Childhood is the most difficult and vulnerable phase of human life. Parents often are preoccupied and concerned about the normalcy and deviation of the child and are often worried about changes in their behavior. Nowadays when we have only 1 o...  Read Full »

Why is a 2-year-old beating parents on waking up?

Query: Hello doctor,My 2-year-old little daughter is beating us the moment she wakes up. So whenever she sleeps after some time she starts waking up and starts beating and after some time she is fine but with no past memory. She also says something while she is asleep. She is doing this every day.  Read Full »

Shania Zafar

Answer: Hi, Welcome to As reported by you that your 2-year-old is hitting you, scratching her face, and banging her head, it seems like your daughter is engaging in self-harm behaviors. It is a way for children to cope with their negative emotions. I would like to know about the speech of...  Read Full »

My 5-year-old boy seems tense and cries for little things. Why?

Query: Hello doctor, My 5-year-old boy seems tense and thinks most of the time. He cannot accept if anyone is unhappy with him, he gets really angry, and he starts crying on things which we cannot understand.  Read Full »

Arooj Maqsood Ahmed Warraieh

Answer: Hello, Welcome to Children do get upset because of several reasons other than hereditary. Mostly it triggers because of present stressor in the environment such as unfulfillment of basic needs (food, social, hygiene, health, etc.). Other stressors might be lack of parental love and at...  Read Full »

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