At some point or another we all experience shyness but with little ones it can be so sad to see them clamp up and shrink back from interaction with other adults and children. Shyness may be prompted by being in a new group, having difficulty at school, if they are worried about something, being in different social situations etc.
Why does shyness occur?
Some tips which may help your child:
Bed wetting is the involuntary release of urine during the night when the child is asleep which can occur until age eight, can be sporadic or persistent and follows no obvious pattern. Most doctors will not get concerned about it after the age of eight. They may check to see if there is any infection but won't do anything further until over this age.
There can be many reasons why children wet the bed:-
What Can You Do?
Don't worry too much!
There's nothing to be too concerned about! Just make sure you have a supply of clean sheets at the ready and protect the mattress with a waterproof sheet so the bed is not ruined.
Dealing with a 'moody' child can be very exhausting, especially if you are sensitive to the psychological repercussions that might develop and you are worried about where the moodiness will lead. Be assured that it's very rare to have clinically depressed children under preschool age, unless there is a serious issue. What you are probably dealing with is a child who slips into a bad mood and has trouble getting out of it. It's perfectly normal. How you deal with the mood, however, is important.
Here are a few pointers.
So, keep it in perspective, keep your cool and keep positive. Good luck!
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