Friday, July 17, 2009

Behavior Disturbances part3

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If you have a daughter, take heed. Most children who twist, stroke, or pull their hair are girls. From early childhood to adolescence, she may develop habitual hair stroking or pulling. Hair pulling is more common among one to two year-old girls and rarely occurs after age 4.

Child development expert say that this particular habit can develop into an aggressive stint when your child feels stressed out or conscious. It is usually associated with the child's attempt to regain feelings connected with close contact with her mother's body or clothes.

To avoid tangled knots in her hair, try to trim or cut her hair short. Sporting a bob cut won't make her twirl her hair. remove tension sources to stop the behavior. But remember: try to stop it abruptly and harshly and this will make the habit worse.

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