The Early childhood - Aggressive Behaviour

July 19, 2007 2:51am CST
In the course of maturing a child learns tobring his aggessive tendencies more and more under control. Early on he feels and shows affection for people and situations had make him feel pleasant and anger and aggressiveness all those who frustrate him. Most young children engage in some fighting, biting and hitting as they learn to get along with offers. However, if a child constantly resorts to such actions in the everyday relationship and presists in hurting other children over an extended period of time, then perhaps it is a sign that he may require special help. Usually as with many other problems of chilhood, this a passing phase that can be handled by the child and observant parent.
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