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Furthermore, On the flip side, you might want to just ignore the behavior. Meaning: Don’t call too much attention to the banging or scold them for it. Again, this is easier said than done, of course. But what you don’t want is to teach your child that they can and should use head-banging as a way to get attention. If you ignore it, it may last just a few minutes.
Head-Banging: When to Get Seek Help
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Typically, children stop head-banging by the time they reach their teens. However, there are other forms of self-harm that you should be aware of. What this means is that even if head-banging stops, the underlying issues may still persists
These kinds of behaviors include cutting, burning them with lighters, and pulling out their hair. As they get older and realize that these behaviors are frowned-upon, they might do it in ways that are easier to hide. If you find out your older child is doing any of these things, get help immediately. They may be suffering from a mental illness like depression or, unfortunately, something they picked up so they can fit into a social group.
Head banging kids
Ideally, you want to catch head-banging before it gets too far. It’s important to teach your children healthy coping mechanisms for intense emotions and stressful situations so they don’t resort to harming themselves or others.
Keeping kids safe
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