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How to Reduce Behaviour Problems in Young Children - New Research

<a href="/articles/how-to-reduce-behaviour-problems-in-young-children-new-research">How to Reduce Behaviour Problems in Young Children - New Research</a>

A University of Minnesota study published in Child Development suggests that the origins of behaviour problems in children may include negative parenting styles in early childhood. Headed by Dr Michael Lorber, now at New York University, the study found that ‘negative parenting’ in early infancy – expressing negative emotions, rough handling etc – predicted behaviour problems in children at a later age ... Dr Lorber was asked about any ideas he could share for parents about ‘negative’ versus ‘positive parenting in early childhood ... Read full article

Loving One Child More than Another

<a href="/audio/loving-one-child-more-than-another">Loving One Child More than Another</a>

Podcast interview on 4BC about a mother who said she loved one child more than another. Is that really the case or is this just a reaction to one child being harder to parent? Should parents worry about this? Does gender come into it? Let us know what you think. Read full article

Tune Into Kids - Reduce Tantrums - Part 2

<a href="/articles/tune-into-kids-reduce-tantrums-part-2">Tune Into Kids - Reduce Tantrums - Part 2</a>

Dr Sophie Havighurst is a child clinical psychologist and senior lecturer at the University of Melbourne in the Child Psychiatry Department. Sophie is the principal investigator in the Tuning Into Kids Parenting Program. In part 2 of this interview, Sophie talks about teenagers, difficult children and resilience. Read full article

Tricky Kids: Transforming Conflict and Freeing Their Potential

<a href="/parenting-resources/difficult-children/tricky-kids-transforming-conflict-and-freeing-their-potential">Tricky Kids: Transforming Conflict and Freeing Their Potential</a>

Book:Tricky Kids by Andrew Fuller gives parents insights into the behaviours of a difficult child and highlights the strengths and potential of strong-willed kids. Parents and teachers are shown how to manage these kids and help them to change and develop positive life habits. Read full article

Parenting Difficult or Tricky Kids

<a href="/articles/parenting-difficult-or-tricky-kids">Parenting Difficult or Tricky Kids</a>

Do you regularly get into endless debates with your child? Or, do you often feel emotionally blackmailed? Is your child extremely competitive? Is she a risk taker? Is he a master negotiator? Verity Leatherdale shares expertise from Andrew Fuller, author of 'Tricky Kids'. Read full article

Interview with Andrew Fuller, Author of Tricky Kids

<a href="/articles/interview-with-andrew-fuller-author-of-tricky-kids">Interview with Andrew Fuller, Author of Tricky Kids</a>

In this comprehensive interview, clinical psychologist Andrew Fuller, provides rich and wise information about how parents can get the best from a challenging, difficult or tricky child. The discussion covers teenagers breaking patterns, self esteem and reminding children they are loved. Read full article