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Children behaving badly

Dr Rosina McAlpine interviewed for ABC Radio


When a child starts behaving in an anti-social way, worrying about what's going on is normal - especially if hitting, biting or otherwise violent behaviour is out of character. So what's the right reaction for a parent: punishment, therapy, or an attempt to carry on as normal and assuming it's just a phase?


Dr Rosina McAlpine is a parenting and education specialist, and the author of 'Win Win Parenting'. She's chatting with ABC Radio Brisbane Afternoons presenter Kat Feeney about dealing with childhood aggression.



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