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Tips for handling a naughty child - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   How can ihelp you
Doctor :   Please provide these details of the person-Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status
User :   ihave a 6yr old that is not listening in school and i don't know what to do about it
User :   single mother and
Doctor :   please correctly specify the problem
User :   it is my son
Doctor :   ok
User :   spitting on kids. runnming away has a no care additude to me and his teachers
Doctor :   do you mean not listening to teachers in school
User :   yes
Doctor :   what about his father
User :   not around never has been
Doctor :   reason
User :   he went back to his ex wife
Doctor :   it is common for the boy child to be naughty
Doctor :   no need to worry
Doctor :   Do not punish hime harshaly
Doctor :   Tell him in a nice way
Doctor :   take him to parks, play grounds regularly
Doctor :   Indulge in some music classes, yoga, dance class, painting
Doctor :   is he studying well
User :   i do do that with him. now and he still has the no care additude
User :   yes he is very smart just does not like to sit still
Doctor :   you have to give care of both the parents like playing with him, taking him for cycling
Doctor :   do not worry they will be naughty at this age
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