Childhood behavior

Shy children, rebellious children, introverted children, defiant children… Being a mother sometimes feels like you need to carry around a psychology textbook. However, with love and patience, your intuition and our advice, you’ll learn to understand what emotion or need is behind everything your child does.

All About High Demand Children

High demand children are active and require a lot of care, as they’re more sensitive and demanding. If your child cries all the time, is always hungry, needs attention, wants to spend all day glued to you, and always requires…

Children Who Get Angry About Everything

When children get angry about anything and everything, it’s often a sign of hidden underlying problems. Therefore, it’s important to offer them special care and attention to help them deal with these issues. Today, we’ll take a closer look at…

Oppositional Defiant Disorder: What You Should Know

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) involves antisocial behavior that leads to hostility and disobedience. As the name suggests, children with ODD are defiant and uncooperative with authority figures. Children usually develop oppositional defiant disorder around the age of eight. If children have a…

How to Stop Children from Lying

Usually, children lie in the interest of self-preservation. They want to avoid punishment for doing something that wasn’t allowed in the first place. Nonetheless, many parents become concerned and they wonder how they can stop children from lying. Lying is…

How to Cope with the Terrible Twos

When children reach two years of age, they enter a stage of big physiological and psychological changes, almost like a small puberty. They begin to demand autonomy and express their character in ways that, at times, can exasperate their parents…