What to do if a child bites his nails?

Ben_Roar
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Ben_Roar » Tue Aug 23, 2016 5:53 pm

Miller wrote:it is important to work on the causes of this habit on their minimization

i do not think that when a 3 year old child bite his nails you should put him on the couch, take the notepad and ask him "to tell you about his mother" . I was trying to make a joke about the classical picture of the psychoanalysis. When the kind is small, there are no that profound reasons for this habit. He just likes to chew things, no matter if that is a pen or his nails. there is no pen around, ok, the thumb will be ok then. I think that it is good to get rid of this habit when the kid is small, in other case it will be much harder. the young age is perfect for the forming of habits, both good and bad ones.
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Just_R » Thu Aug 25, 2016 3:24 am

Ben_Roar wrote: put him on the couch, take the notepad and ask him "to tell you about his mother"

Ben, I think that someone might have considered your joke to be a brilliant idea for the healthcare business ,and soon this will become the reality) At leas I would not be surprised) These days people try to make a huge problem of any acne they have on their butt, and to make medical specializations for the acne that they have on the right side of the butt, and on the left one. Making such a fuss out of nail biting.. if you are so worried about this stuff, just cut your kids nails frequently, then he will not have anything to bite) Maybe then you will feel yourself alittle bit better)
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Ben_Roar » Fri Aug 26, 2016 6:14 pm

Just_R wrote: a brilliant idea for the healthcare business

thanks dude, I know what kind of the business i am going to make) you will have 10 percent of the income if I succeed) I have had only a single bad habit, when I was a kid. When I was listening to someone or something that really exited and consumed me - I started to swing slowly forward and backward.... People were thinking I am having some mental issues, autism or something like that) My parents did have some funny situations because of that) they did not think that was funny though, they even took me to the shrink to be convinced that I am really ok)
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Just_R » Mon Aug 29, 2016 2:31 pm

Ben_Roar wrote:you will have 10 percent of the income if I succeed)

Deal) Ben, I think your swinging in the childhood was not such a bad thing... Look at the Jews! they are doing it all the tie when they are praying - and no one tells them anything) Maybe you are a Jew a little bit?:) When I was small - my parents really hated one thing in me) When my mom or dad were telling me something - something that did not interest me at all, or reprimanding me - I was standing, looking in their eyes, as if I was listening really carefully, and then suddenly I turned around and went away. Just like that. It always left them really embarrassed)
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Samuel Hunt » Tue Sep 13, 2016 5:44 pm

It is a habit but every child has this habit and it is okay. Later the child will wean from it himself. But i can not understand these parents who put pepper on child's fingers that he will wean from biting his nails. It is just tortures, that is not right from the point of breeding.
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Ben_Roar » Tue Sep 13, 2016 11:16 pm

Just_R wrote:Maybe you are a Jew a little bit?:)

MAybe I have had some predecessors from Jewish nation - 10 generations ago, I do not think hat I have any way to find that out) I still do have that habit by the way.. that is funny) when I am in my fathers house - and all the family is gathered together, it does happen sometimes that I am just sitting in my favourite chair and thinking about something. And, due to my old habit - i start to sway) and when someone notices that - they are calling for the others, really quietly, and then crouch to me from behind - and try to scare)) Usually those attempts are really successful, I must admit)
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Williams » Sat Sep 17, 2016 11:40 am

i know that it is really very unhealthy and very unpleasant habit and i think that you shall make everything in order to help your child to get rid of it. i think that they may just follow your example and it may be your fault that they have such habit. but in any case now you do not have the other choice and you just have to help your child. i know that there are a lot of methods which may help you to do it. i think that the best one would be to buy something in the chemists and put it on the fingers and on the nails of the child and then he would forget about biting them.
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby JackHunter3 » Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:44 am

Oh, cmon - your kid is just a person and sometimes he can his own bad habbits. i do not see here anything bad here.. perhaps you may not like it, but it is so and you have to be aware that there is nothing really bad in it... if you want him to change it, ask with a kid, explain and lead this habbit to a happy ending, so to say :)
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Benjamin123 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 10:35 am

I just want to say that I am not a specialist in this theme. But I read a lot of books where was mentioned that the reasons are varied: stress, heredity, internal aggression, physiology or plain boredom. It is believed that, biting his nails, children subconsciously aligned; gnaw their defects, errors, problems. Parents must first ensure that the baby is in comfortable environment and to eliminate anything that might disturb it . I think that in many situations it characterizes psychological problems with your baby
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Re: What to do if a child bites his nails?

Postby Sam32 » Tue Oct 03, 2017 8:48 pm

If your child bites his nail, then there is a thin which bothers him. Try to talk with him andtry to solve his problem, if you can't do that, then go to the specialist. For example show your child to a psycologyst and he would tell you what should you do to get read your child from such a habbit.

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