Parents are often the first to observe changes, behavior, and other signs that their child’s development may be atypical. If your child is displaying any of the symptoms below and/or her behaviors are affecting her relationships with family members, friends, or school performance, you may want to consider seeking additional support, starting with your pediatrician.
It can be stressful and a little scary for both you and your child when he goes over to a new friend's house for the first time. By setting some ground rules ahead of time, you will feel more comfortable and secure about your child's well being.
All children have a bit of this headstrong, spirited way in them at some point or in some measure.