How to Cut Your Child’s Disruptive Behavior In Half

Let’s face it: dealing with a screaming, stubborn child who acts out at all the wrong times can take the fun right out of parenting. Sure, you still love your child.

But you want to be able to like them too. It’s hard to do that when you have to fight over the littlest things.

What if you could cut your child’s acting out in half – within a few weeks? It’s not impossible, but like everything else in this world, it will require some work on your end.

Basically it comes down to this: every child with special needs has a set of challenges she has to face: biological, emotional, and learning. Understanding more about those challenges will cut the conflicts between you and your child in half. Literally.

And if you finish the articles below and decide you want to learn more about getting your child to cooperate, contact me for one-on-one consulting.

Let’s get your child back on track –

Rachel

 

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Handling the Sillies (and Other Inappropriate Behavior in Children)

Weak Language Development and Tantrums-Helping Your Child to Calm Down On Their Own

Biting Toddlers-What to Do With the Child Who Bites

Eight Tips on How to Handle a Temper Tantrum in Public

How to Handle Stubbornness and Negativity

 

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