a very naughty girl

by Ruby
(North wales u.k )

Well ever since my sister was about 3 she has started to become a hard working and naughty little girl my sister is only 6 and she behaves in a very confusing way she always throws a tantrum and kicks off if she doesn't get her own way or if my mum says she cant do something she will start to cry and scream and then when my mum says to stop she will say no and disagree with her and she will stamp het feet and run upstairs and call my mum stupid and her behavior deteriorates and she sometimes ends up smacking my mum and getting very aggressive and telling my mum to shut up and she starts crying for long periods of time for ages and doesn't stop is this normal behavior for a 6 year old or is it something we should keep our eye on and be concerned of.

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Oct 07, 2015
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Acting Out is Not A Good Way to Express Feelings or Get Attention
by: Laura

It is definitely something you should keep your eye on because acting out is not a healthy way to get what you want or to get attention. Try to teach your sister how to express her feelings in a calm way and give her attention for the things she does that are good for her. If this doesn't seem to help, then feel free to contact me again.

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