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I'd love some insight on how to steer trgouhh the flood of female emotion and turn all of that whining and pouting and drama into something positive. She's nearly three, and I'm already dreading teen years. It has been so much different raising her than raising her brother. And my husband and I have really tried to make it a matter of prayer that she would know true joy. She cries, whines, pouts anytime she is told to do something. And she literally screams at her 4 year old brother every time she plays with him. Most of what is out there on raising girls deals with issues for much older girls, but I'd like to have a game-plan before we get to those older girl issues. Any advice on how to begin training her properly?Tracy Glockle recently posted..
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@Misao - July 27 2012 (Answer ID: 9120)
She's nearly three it is on her JD. It sounds like the terrible 2s. Although the term terrible 2s is quite deceptive. You don't get to 2 and voila! My child's started at around 18mths and carried on until about 2.5 yrs. Children use it to test emotional connection of the parent and validate their status in the family.
As a female I am surprised that you would swing so quickly to label and negatively stereotype so early in her life. Some children are more delicate than others it has nothing to do with gender.
If she is anxious, check your emotions, are you sure your not transferring? How much sugar intake do you allow for a "peaceful" life? It has its repercussions. Also do you manage her as an individual or as part of a sibling group? Check that she has some personal time. Look for triggers (don't say there are none). If she needs a whine and a moan, let her whine and moan but continue talking to her. Let her know what will happen when she finishes. For example, refusing to go to bed. Let her cry about it, give a couple of minutes and then take her off for a warm bath whilst singing her favourite nursery rhyme. Do not refer to her behaviour but ask her to sing along with you. If she says no, say "No? Ok I'll sing on my own then!" and continue. Good luck;-)
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