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Journal of Child Psychology

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Toddlers and their challenging behavior

Author(s): Ragas Cult*

The year between turning two and turning three is a fun one. Toddlers are beginning to understand that they are distinct people from their parents and other caregivers. This indicates that they are motivated to act autonomously (as much as they can), to speak out for themselves, and to express their preferences and dislikes. The linguistic abilities that enable toddlers to communicate their thoughts, desires, and needs are also growing in them. At the same time, toddlers still struggle with patience and self-control since they do not yet grasp reasoning. In a nutshell: Two-year-olds demand their wants at the appropriate times. Because of this, you could hear words like "no," "me do it," and "no diaper change!" more frequently than ever.

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