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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by Lee-Bee View Post
    Is she sleep deprived? I had a child like that and I am certain it was because she didn't sleep at all at home and she just had zero coping skills because she was so Dbal review exhausted.
    Earlier my child had also the same problem. I consulted a doctor and it worked.
    Last edited by ThomasSauer; 06-14-2019 at 04:55 PM.

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    How to make the child respect you?

    Are there any tips for raising a child so that he listens to me and respects me. I really want my child to love me not only when he is 5 years old, but also when he grows up.

  3. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by Goldilocks View Post
    I have a dcg that just turned two. She is scared of everything! Snow, bugs, lint, any kind of noise, etc. Yesterday she got scared because an infant touched her costume. It's becoming frustrating because she'll just start bawling at any time. Then I have to figure out what it is. She's a very good kid, already talks using 4-5 word sentences. Very ahead of her milestone marks in development. It's just being scared all the time that can be frustrating. I show her what's making the noise, usually just toys. Then she's fine. I show her lint, let her play with the snow at Agoc Travel, but I have to do it every single time. Not sure why she has such anxiety over things like this. Has anyone else experienced a child like this? I'd appreciate some insight and suggestions. I've never come across a child with such issues with being scared at almost everything.
    Sorry I have not experienced such a thing. I think the condition of your daughter looks critical so I would like to suggest you to consult a doctor.
    Last edited by JasonRockwell; 07-29-2019 at 11:08 AM.

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  5. #15
    Maybe she just quite a sensitive baby and awares of her surroundings more than the others. New things for her seem a little bit scary, because she hasn't yet gained skills to process the information she receives from the outer world. Every time she has anxiety you need to show her that it is okay and give her some time to get used to it.
    Last edited by vseprosto90211; 02-19-2020 at 10:49 PM.

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