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Column: Positive approaches best way to deal with 'trying' behaviors

6:01 PM, Jan. 25, 2013
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With December being a busy month with celebrations, wintry weather and sickness, January seems to be a good time to focus on behaviors.

At some point, all parents deal with the frustration of having their toddler crying or kicking in the middle of a store or having their school-age child challenge the rules. While these behaviors are difficult for us as parents or caregivers to deal with, they are very normal for children in these age groups. At almost every age, children behave in ways that we will not find easy or pleasant. Generally with time, these "trying" behaviors usually go away.

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