Some things are just not okay. If you're working on improving bad behaviors such as biting, hitting, cursing, and more, try these ideas and strategies.
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"Some of us just got a weird one," she says.
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Learn how to punish your child for aggressive behavior, such as biting or hitting, and whether his punishment should be adjusted as he gets older.
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Your toddler's determination to do things herself is sure to spark some fireworks.
Well, this isn't going to be easy to wash off...