Parenting Rollercoaster: Accommodating active kids

Children's behaviour covers a wide spectrum. At one end, there is the easygoing child who tends to be passive and slow to react to situations, while at the other, there is the child who is forever o

1st January, 2012

Children's behaviour covers a wide spectrum. At one end, there is the easygoing child who tends to be passive and slow to react to situations, while at the other, there is the child who is forever on the go and seems continually to be seeking new stimulation and novelty. Both ends of the spectrum can be challenging for parents.

Some active children may exhibit signs of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), such as poor impulse...

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