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How to change the behavior of my child ?

My daughter is 6 year old now. Now a days she is behaving very abnormally, she gets angry for small things. If i tell some thing she gives back and she doen't listen to me at all. She doesnot abey anything i say. What to do for this. How to cahnge his behavior?
Fri, 13 May 2011
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ziddi..... ho aisa hi. Give her the space to go play and enjoy life. All days she goes to school for no fault of hers. I think she will set right after few years.

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reece's  Response
dont give in to what she wants or she will keep on playing you if she gets angry put her on the naughty step for a min every year old she is
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muskaan's  Response
u can change her only with tender love and care...and proper councelling
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