It is not uncommon for a two year old to tell his or her parent "no" because they do not want to do something. One of the challenges of parenting a toddler is learning how to get them to listen and obey. Here are 3 things you can try to improve your child's obedience. Consistency First, consistency is really important. If you have a child who comes into your room in the middle of the night often to get into your bed and you do not want this to happen, then consistency is key.
The medical field's greatest achievement of the last 20 years occurred in neuroscience: by learning to identify, understand, and affect the brain's neurotransmitters, the science of medicine came a long way from the lobotomies, tranquilizers, and electro-shock treatments it had promoted for most of the 19th century. Research on serotonin gave rise to a new class of highly effective, immensely lucrative antidepressants; studies on GABA produced new treatments for epilepsy and neuropathy; glutamate research may lead to treatments for schizophrenia and Alzheimer's.
Is your child feeling a bit anxious about their first visit to the dentist? If so, you should know that there is a way you can not only ease your child's anxiety, but even turn this experience into a bonding experience for you and your child. Below you will learn more about how you can accomplish this goal through the use of role-play. The Fear Of The Unknown For many children, the anxiety they feel before visiting the dentist for the first time is a result of their natural fear of the unknown.