Passers-by think that a demon has infused a child. To outsiders, he seems aggressive, hyperactive, not childishly irritable. Carers or teachers complain of restlessness and temper. Parents can only make excuses: “he just has such a character.” But at the same time you notice: the baby himself suffers from bad behavior. It is difficult for him to give simple tasks, it is difficult to communicate with peers, to learn. How to calm a nervous child and what signs distinguish a spoiled egoist from a child with an upset? Below are ways for parents to help the “nervous”.
Signs of a nervous child
Vagaries in the store, tantrums, disputes and disobedience – not necessarily because of omissions in education. These symptoms may indicate neurosis, neurasthenia, or ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder). Especially, in the aggregate of several criteria. Continue reading