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How do i handle my son being oversensitive? Everytime my friend talks to him in a stern voice he whi

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Submitted : 2018-06-14 00:24:56    Popularity:     

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You, your not my best friends "•he does the same to me and exaggerates stuff that happens. Now hes starting it at pre k, after a certain time his class goes across the hall, a teacher aid who can act like an annoyed stern mother works there. My son h

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What adult friend needs to talk to a little boy in a stern voice?

I wonder where he learned "Stop yelling at me!" and "I hate you!" Maybe he doesn't much like your friend.

One thing you could try: If he resists following directions given in too harsh a tone, give him better words. He could say, "Please don't talk in a mean voice. If you ask nicely, I can do what you say." Or something simpler, appropriate to his age.

He can begin to understand that his manners can have either a good or a bad effect on how other people speak to him. He'll also be developing the power to control his own reactions.

you need to teach your child that not all loud people are yelling at him. He may need to be spoken to in a stern voice. You tell your so this is just the way (uncle ) is

Your child is a cry baby. A good smacking and you refusing to coddle him or give him attention at all while he's whining and behaving like a cry baby will solve the issue

You need to push him to do things. If he whines and behaves like a cry baby then you punsh him and don't coddle him

He's a four year old. What do you really expect? Some children are more sensitive than others and do not respond well to stern or mean attitudes. You don't need to coddle him but you shouldn't force him either, there are going to be activities that he enjoys and those that he hates, that's just normal for a child of that age. He will learn along with everyone else what he needs to do and he doesn't need someone pushing him. Maybe your friend is being too rough on him. Your first priority should always be to support your kid, not your friend. Besides, how much school work does a 4 year old really have? Give him gentle encouragement and he will respond better to that. Yelling, anger and pushy attitudes do not really work well on little children at all, and the last thing you want to do is make him resent school. Reward good behavior with praise, ignore the oversensitivity for now. If all you do is have conflicts with him and raise issues with his personality, you will make him a nervous mess. Children grow out of these phases, stop being so harsh.

Of course you need to protect him from real harm but you also need to teach him that some people just act grumpy and sometimes you need to do what you are asked to do even when you do not really want to - it sounds like up until now he was able to change adults behavior, so he will need to learn not all adults will change for him, tell him she is not doing anything harmful and he does not have to like her but he has to respect her and follow directions - he can always tell you about anything he thinks is harmful and you will always check on it, just as you did this time

He's 4. He'll get over it. You tell him he isn't allowed to say things like "I hate you" and give him consequences when he pouts and whines instead of listening.

He's obviously been allowed to whine his away out of doing things before now, so it's good the aide is pushing him to do his school work. When he says he wants you to tell them to stop, you tell him you won't do that and you expect him to do everything asked of him at school, or he'll lose perks at home.

treat him like an adult..in some aspects



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