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An attention seeking kid can constitute a serious headache for the parents.  Oftentimes you find such kids seeking attention in diverse ways especially through their incessant demands and actions.  An attention seeking child may say “Mommy, come and see the marks I made in school today”. As the mom tries to succumb, the child may also say; “Mom, where’s my tea cup”.  The demands may go on and on. The child expects the Mom to give him or her attention all the time. This can constitute serious problems not only for the mom but also for the Dad and the entire household.

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Dr Sahare Posted: Sunday, December 23, 2012 4:04:45 AM(UTC)
Try the following strategies
1. Praise and reward positive behaviours all the time.
2. Consistently ignore negative behaviours
3. Have good boundaries in place at home
4. Have some ground rules and ask the child to make them.
5. Give attention to the child on a daily basis
6. Do things together as a family

Best wishes
Dr P Sahare
anamika kumari Posted: Thursday, November 8, 2012 1:18:02 PM(UTC)
my child is 12yrs old,he is the only child, the problem is he cries a lot. for every problem he feels crying is the solution , i am not understanding how to improve his habit.