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Go to. Doctor immediately
Distract him with the help of toys... various games...
He might have not liked the dish which you have sent ...
Give the food whichever your baby likes...
Dont force her... just talk to her.. she ll learn automatically
Mostly babies imitate everything around them...this is a way of learning also.. So its very important to keep a check on what is allowed to watch or how you behave in front of them ... Never give remote in their hand... And allow them only those things which won't harm them or others..
Spend time with him. Talk to him, surrender to him on few occasions NOT ALL. Kids at this age needs lot of attention. Even if you move a spoon and paper they could get angry. Its a phase in development of a child. Be patient, polite, soft yet stern with the kid. It should help
Can he understand anything you say to him?
Beating is not the right way. Talk to your child politely both in private. You should take your child away from the situation and tell your child unless they learn how to behave around other children they will not be able to continue playing with other children. Also, another good lesson to teach your child is how to apologize. This should be done in front of other children so that your child knows what the right way to do things are.
First, you need to stop giving your child the phone. Even if she cries she needs to know that this is not something she should be asking for. Next plan out a day for her, which can include one hour of reading with her, playing for some time, nap time, meal times etc. In the evening if her dad is working he can come back and spend a few hours by doing some activities with her. This way she will have something to do for the rest of the day. It is really a joint decision about whether to send her to play school or not. Another thing to look out for is if there is a playgroup in your own building or close vicinity where she can spend a few hours in a day interacting with these children.
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