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An interview with child development specialist and parenting coach Gila Brown. Why is it that we say this about kids with such disdain? For children, parental attention is an essential ingredient for healthy social and emotional development.

But what do we do when children go from needing attention to needing A LOT of attention? Do we give it to them or not? And how do we know where to draw the line? Here to explain more about attention in children, and how parents can respond in the face of clingy or negative attention-seeking behaviors, is child development specialist and parenting coach, Gila Brown. It is attention from you that gives your child a chance to see herself through your eyes. Does she see a smile on your face when she shows you what a good job she did cleaning up?

Does she see a look of concern when she presents her latest boo boo? When children seem to demand or crave attention, bring to mind this image of your attention as a mirror. You want to be seen. You want to be validated. You want to know you are not alone. The difference is that, as an adult, your sense of self has already long been established. For children, it is these mirroring interactions with parents that serve to develop a deeper understanding of who they really are.

Why are parents so reluctant to give attention to kids when they seem to want it? The answer that I get from parents is fear. If the child gets attention from his parents whenever he wants it, he will always demand it — and what parent can keep up with that?!

But what is so ironic, and equally sad, is that actually the exact opposite is true. Kids need attention and the more they get it, the LESS they will come to need it; a child who feels that all their emotional needs are met has no reason to seek more attention. Simply put, you will raise more independent kids if you shower them with the attention they need right now. They are not asking for it just to get on your nerves — honestly!

They are asking for it because they truly need it. They are in need of the validation they get when Mom or Dad acknowledges them. They are in need of attention for any of a hundred reasons: Maybe they felt left out of a game at school. Maybe someone said something to them that they heard as criticism. Maybe you have been away at an out-of-town work meeting.

A child may be become clingy for any number of reasons, but it is important to remember: How can parents effectively respond to clingy behavior? How do we help these kids become more independent? In the face of clingy behavior, rather than allowing yourself to become irritated, try to take a step back and look deeper.

For many children, clingy behavior is so often an expression of anxiety. Remember the separation anxiety your little one experienced the first time you dropped her off at daycare and she clung to you for dear life?

What parents often find is that the remedy for clingy behavior is two-fold. First, you need to regularly set aside uninterrupted, one-on-one time with your child as a way to reconnect — and stay connected. Turn off the phone, leave the other kids with a sitter, and do something together that you know your child loves. Visit the playground and go down the slide together, go out to lunch, or just snuggle together in bed reading some favorite books.

While you are doing this, ask gentle questions to help you get at the heart of why your child is in such dire need of attention. You may be surprised by what you find. This is where parents have to become detectives, of sorts. What about kids who seek out negative attention by purposely doing things that aggravate their parents?

What are some tips for bringing attention needs back in balance? When kids need attention, they will get it by any means necessary. In many cases, that means acting out.

There are a two key things for parents to keep in mind when this happens:. Try to identify that instead of reacting to the negative behavior. Avoid creating an unnecessary power struggle. Play a video game. Brush your teeth together. But if you neglect to do this, they will undoubtedly act out.

Whether it is just a discharge of anger or a call out for attention, there is always a reason why we do what we do. They will find the attention, the validation, the sense of self that they need from wherever they can get it. This can be a scary thought for parents with older children and this is why it is so crucial that parents provide this validation for kids early on. Trust that giving them what they need when they are young is the best way to ensure that they do not grow into needy adults.

She is passionate about strengthening families and empowering both parents and children. She is the creator of Harmony Rules, an at-home parent coaching program and can be found at www.

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Iris Smaus 3 years ago. I read a lot about clingy, whiny behavior indicating a need for attention, but our situation is a bit different…a 5 year old who girl has always been extremely clingy and difficult to the point the other sibling is not getting enough.. Any tips for us? Claudia 2 years ago. Children with ADD are like barrels with holes in the bottom.

No matter how much you put in, it is never enough. When they are on the proper medication, the holes no longer exist. Michelle Ogles 4 years ago. Can you recommend a book to read to a 6 year to make them more aware of their attention seeking behavior that is negative? This is the youngest of 2 children. The Family Woman 6 years ago. How to Stop The Whining. When Kids Leave Kids Out.

Making Room for Baby. Iris Smaus 3 years ago I read a lot about clingy, whiny behavior indicating a need for attention, but our situation is a bit different…a 5 year old who girl has always been extremely clingy and difficult to the point the other sibling is not getting enough..

Michelle Ogles 4 years ago Can you recommend a book to read to a 6 year to make them more aware of their attention seeking behavior that is negative?

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Kids need attention and the more they get it, the LESS they will come to need it; a child who feels that all their emotional needs are met has no reason to seek more attention. Simply put, you will raise more independent kids if you shower them with the attention they need right now. They are not asking for it just to get on your nerves — honestly! They are asking for it because they truly need it. They are in need of the validation they get when Mom or Dad acknowledges them.

They are in need of attention for any of a hundred reasons: Maybe they felt left out of a game at school. Maybe someone said something to them that they heard as criticism. Maybe you have been away at an out-of-town work meeting. A child may be become clingy for any number of reasons, but it is important to remember: How can parents effectively respond to clingy behavior? How do we help these kids become more independent? In the face of clingy behavior, rather than allowing yourself to become irritated, try to take a step back and look deeper.

For many children, clingy behavior is so often an expression of anxiety. Remember the separation anxiety your little one experienced the first time you dropped her off at daycare and she clung to you for dear life? What parents often find is that the remedy for clingy behavior is two-fold. First, you need to regularly set aside uninterrupted, one-on-one time with your child as a way to reconnect — and stay connected.

Turn off the phone, leave the other kids with a sitter, and do something together that you know your child loves. Visit the playground and go down the slide together, go out to lunch, or just snuggle together in bed reading some favorite books.

While you are doing this, ask gentle questions to help you get at the heart of why your child is in such dire need of attention. You may be surprised by what you find. This is where parents have to become detectives, of sorts. What about kids who seek out negative attention by purposely doing things that aggravate their parents? What are some tips for bringing attention needs back in balance?

When kids need attention, they will get it by any means necessary. How to use a word that literally drives some people nuts. The awkward case of 'his or her'. A useful skill for longer nights. Test your vocabulary with our question quiz! Synonyms and Antonyms of attention. Words Related to attention. Near Antonyms of attention. Learn More about attention See words that rhyme with attention Dictionary: Seen and Heard What made you want to look up attention?

Need even more definitions? Get Word of the Day daily email! His little face and cute little fingers and toes make adults fuss over him and even compete to hold him. His cries bring his mother running. His little coos and smiles keep her engaged. By trial and error, growing children figure out what makes adults continue to give them attention and what drives them away. Since they are dependent on us, they do everything they can to get the love and nurturance they need. Usually their early experience shows them that when they are well-behaved, when they learn new skills, and when they are happy, they pull adults closer.

When the adults react with interest, affection and approval, the children strive to please, to copy the big people, to grow in their social and practical skills, and to find a positive place in their family. Lacking enough positive interaction, a child will develop negative tactics to re-engage the adults. Being scolded, nagged, reminded, and punished is far better than being ignored. Few parents set out to deprive their children of enough parental contact.

But many parents are overscheduled, working too hard, or in distress themselves. Some children just need more interaction than others. Spilling the milk, fighting with a sibling, or pitching a tantrum may not get love and snuggles but these antics certainly get the adults involved. Children who are attention-seeking have a legitimate need. The first question to ask ourselves is whether the child has a point. A shocking statistic is that the average American child only gets 3. Little kids need to be cuddled, played with, talked to, read to, and tucked in at night to be emotionally secure and strong.

Big kids need their folks to share activities and meaningful conversations, to attend their events, and, yes, to give them hugs and pats on the back.

When children are getting plenty of parental juice but are still misbehaving, they have somehow misunderstood what they need to do to engage others. Then some remedial work needs to be done. It comes down to these not-so-easy steps:. Catch them being good.

The reason that the intro to songs is now 5 seconds is that our attention needs to be grasped instantly; we quickly move on if we are not. You could simply shorten it to, "Attention, please". to get someone's attention, asking someone to move so that one may pass, or interrupting. Explore and share the best Attention Please GIFs and most popular animated GIFs here on GIPHY. Find Funny GIFs, Cute GIFs, Reaction GIFs and more.