Q:

Hi.. My child is very moody and most of the time very aggressive.. She gets angry very often n and shouts a lot.. Any one with same pro. Looking for solutions



Shruti Giri asha chaudhry Neha Vij

Hello Jyotsna,
Talk to your child about good and bad behaviour through stories. Make up fictional characters and give them those qualities.
Stick to the same character having bad ones and the same having good ones.
Each time your kid reacts in a difficult way remind her those characters and ask her who she would like to be .
Also, help her with words and other actions she can use to express her displeasure.
Model the behaviour for her.

Hi jyotsna... Every reaction of child has its cause..they won't do it to hurt anybody or to without reason..you will have to figure out what exactly she wants and as she is 3 yo she understands what you tell....
Tell her how she can talk her feelings to you rather than being aggressive...when she is aggressive just hug her and if she is not in the mood of hug just hold her hands and ask what happened and tell her that she can talk to you... Be polite..the more you will be impatient towards her tantrum the more she will become aggressive.... Try sleep talking... Tell her how you want her to behave..it works!!
Try what Bethsheba Arsiwala; has suggested... You have to deal with her according to her temperament....
I have assigned one corner in my house for my son... Whenever I am angry on him I go there and stand..I won't talk to him... When he comes to me to ask me I explain him what he did n why I am angry...I did it for a week and now he is copying...he will go there when he is angry and ask me to come and ask him what happened....it's working for me..he is 21 months...see if it works for you..as she is older enough..hope she understands..hope it helps!!


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