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Encouraging your Child to Talk to You

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Encouraging your Child to Talk to You If you want to have the kind of relationship with your child where they feel able to talk to you about whatever they want, then you aren’t alone. Many parents want the kind of openness that they had or wanted to have with their own parents. Trying to strike the balance between parent and friend is hard. On one hand, you want your children to know that they can tell you anything, on the other hand, you also have to be a parent, and this means discipline. Treading…

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Dealing with a Shy Child

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Shyness can be part of your child’s personality, it can be something that only occurs periodically or in certain situations, or it can be a phase your child goes through. Most children are shy from time to time; it is perfectly natural to feel a little overwhelmed by a particular situation, or to feel nervous about a person or place. Shyness can, however, be a real problem for some children. If you feel your child…

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Anger Problems in Children

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Anger Problems in Children The information contained on Babytime.ie is not a substitute for examination, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified medical professional. If in doubt, always consult your doctor. Whether it’s the terrible twos or twelves, children of all ages can get angry from time to time. But what if that anger is more than just a passing emotion? If your child seems angry a lot, or you feel that their behaviour when they are angry is out of control, then you might worry that…

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The information contained on Babytime.ie is not a substitute for examination, diagnosis or treatment by a qualified medical professional. If in doubt, always consult your doctor.

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