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Written by Elaine Lewis Homeopathic remedies for uncontrollable kids.
In my practice, I have heard and seen just about everything! Chamomilla Almost any child or baby can go into a Chamomilla state. Teething seems to set it off, ear infections…whatever the reason the child is in pain or discomfort, the response in the Chamomilla state is to scream and shriek inconsolably and unendingly!
He was not nestled contentedly on her shoulder as Pulsatilla would be; rather, he was screaming, arching his back, bending over backwards stiffly, threatening to fall on the floor head-first—a real handful, in Difficult children words!
We gave Chamomilla 30C and the baby calmed down right away. All these kids hit. Difficult children all throw tantrums. They all demand your constant attention, are easily frustrated, break things, throw things, scream, have short attention spans and crave sweets.
Another typical complaint you hear is about clothing. The seams bother them, their socks bother them, they may only be able to wear one thing—over and over again. So, none of this is going to help you find a remedy. You have to take a complete case, and then look at what is left after you clear away all the common symptoms of these children.
In the last Tarentula case I took, the case was solved by observing that the child only flew into a rage if there was an audience!
She had a fear of spiders, which was the first clue I had; she was calmed by music but aggravated by loud music and loud noises in general. This speaks to the sensitive hearing that spider remedies have sensitive to noise.
Also she was chilly—typical of Tarentula but peculiar in children as children tend to be warm-blooded, making chilliness a good confirmatory symptom for Tarentula.
Essentially, Tarentula children are the kids from hell. Tarentula will hit another child for absolutely no reason and is jealous of any attention paid to a sibling. A Tarentula lady once said in her questionnaire that she was very proud of herself because she knitted very fast.
You know, knitting is supposed to be relaxing! Only a Tarentula would think that knitting is something you have to do fast.
The book outlines a set of strategies developed specifically for children with ADHD and other challenging behaviors to facilitate parenting and classroom success. It takes readers through the entire process of learning this remarkable approach through a combination of explanation and examples. As already noted, most difficult children do well with routines, especially when large blocks of unplanned time are involved. With some, simply establishing the routine will be enough, but others will need a reward system to help them get started. Smooth Transitions In Child Care by Cathy Abraham. As you know, transition times are usually the most difficult and stressful parts of the day in child care. A group of children are being asked to shift from one activity to another, and move from one task to another in a relatively short period of time.
You may think of Stramonium but then you notice that the child loves to sing and dance; in fact, music, singing and dancing may be the only thing that makes the child happy! They are rude, demanding and contrary! Lachesis Very demanding, like Tarentula.
The mother may complain that the child insists that mom pay attention only to her, and no one else— constantly!- Monitor difficult students carefully and frequently so that misbehavior is detected early before it involves many children or becomes a serious disruption.
- Most inappropriate behavior in classrooms that is not seriously disruptive and can be managed by .
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