All kids misbehave some times, but behavior disorders go beyond mischief and rebellion. With behavior disorders, your child or teen has a pattern of hostile, aggressive or disruptive behaviors for more than 6 months. Normal behavior in children depends on the child’s age, personality, and physical and emotional development. A child’s behavior may be a problem if it doesn’t match the expectations of the family or if it is disruptive. If you see signs of a problem, ask for help. Poor choices can become habits. Kids who have behavior problems are at higher risk for school failure, mental health problems and even suicide. Classes or family therapy may help parents learn to set and enforce limits.
Controlling your child is a good way of raising em’. Train your child in the good ways that he should go and when he grows up, he will never depart from it. Alot of people whether Christians, Moslems, Pagans etc will agree with this religious inclination while some will call it a bluff with a single wave of a hand. Well bearing children is more easier than raising them.
Rearing a child is not a day job so you can’t go on bearing children if you don’t know how to raise them.
At some point, every child lies. Lying has become a learned and ingrained part of humanity. Adults lie all the time and many do it in front of their kids. They may rationalize the lying as political correctness, yet the essence is still the same. When your child starts telling tall tales your reaction to it will play a large part in how quickly they modify the behavior into one leaned more toward honesty than deceit.
With the weakening economy, more and more families are forced to trim the fat off their yearly vacation plans and instead choose a more economical getaway. Although many families this past year chose to stay at home, some families bravely headed out in the family car with their children crammed in the backseat. The first hour or so may pass by swiftly – but as any parent knows who has gone on a long road trip, each hour can feel like an eternity with tired, cranky and bored children in the backseat!
Do you recall when your son or daughter were born? Do you remember when you counted his or her little fingers and toes? Then their teenage years hit and they are acting like a maniac. What is this? Where did this person come from? You take him to the doctor and there you learn the news… your child has Bipolar disorder.
It’s not a death sentence, true. But it is still frustrating none the less. Bipolar Disorder is a severe illness that can be treated. It is recognized by intense swings in energy, mood, behavior and thinking. Believe it or not, what was once your little boy or girl, has always been your little boy or girl. Doctors who study bipolar have said that it can even be seen in infancy and even early childhood.