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comment At what age should a child's self-involvement begin to decrease?
I know some adults that are still completely self-absorbed.
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answered Gifted child at gifted school still dealing with behavior problems
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answered 9 year old son brought a toy gun to school – how can we get him to understand this isn't just about bringing a toy to school?
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answered 10 year old child talks way too fast. How can I slow her down?
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revised How do you differentiate between allowing the child to disagree with you and letting her get her way?
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comment How do you differentiate between allowing the child to disagree with you and letting her get her way?
@Chrys - it's true, but I find it usually works well to say to such a child, can you find a way to think about what you want and what so and so wants? Also, I've helped my own child learn how to do that with others too - of course it doesn't always work, but the reality for those kids, is other kids won't enjoy hanging out with them - when my daughter doesn't want to continue to have some one over (because of a child sticking stubbornly to such an attitude) I don't force it.