Managing Aggressive Behavior

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Children will exhibit aggressive behavior at different points in their lives, and that’s normal. However, if the aggressive behavior becomes overwhelming…if the child begins to be domineering, this is when you have to talk to them and try to find out what is going on with the aggression. Make sure that the aggressive behavior is minimized to the extent that the child is kind to others and understands that when they are with other people, they don’t need to overpower them.  That aggressive behavior is really not the best idea.

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Kids Cheating at School or Sports

Kids Cheating at School or Sports

It is a problem that’s occurred for years. Children do tend to cheat on occasion. We try to give them the proper signs so that there’s not that much pressure on them in school, and also to teach them that when they’re in school or in a sports setting, they should play by the rules. If you come across a child that’s cheating, you need to explain to them why it’s occurring. There has to be some sort of discipline or punishment associated with it so it doesn’t happen again; because that type of behavior in a larger setting in human life can become a greater problem.

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