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Sarah - posted on 01/13/2015
Assuming he is a toddler, he lacks the communication skills to tell you when he is angry, excited, frustrated or overtired. As a result he acts out. Try to give as little attention to his behavior as possible. The more you cajole and try to persuade him to stop and more you can fuel the fire. Of course, if he is going to hurt himself, you need to step to protect him.
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