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10 Real Reasons Behind Kids’ Bad Behavior

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10 Real Reasons Behind Kids’ Bad Behavior

Parenting is always uneasy. It’s often about striking a balance between loads of elements like attention, advice, freedom, etc. Below are 11 images created by Curejoy.com to inspire us to think from another angle.

# Lying

parenting 1

    # Poor self-esteem

    p2

      # Not dare to stand up

      p3

        # Taking things that don’t belong to them

        p4

          # Coward

          p5

            # Jealous

            p6

              # Getting angry quickly

              p7

                # Not respecting others

                p8

                  # Secretive

                  p9

                    # Behaving rudely

                    p10

                      Featured photo credit: Curejoy.com via curejoy.com

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