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How To Know Someone Has Mistreated your Todler

Today's economy is likely to limit the time a mother spends with her kids.

Some moms are forced to work and leave their toodlers in the hands of ''aunties'' who are reffered to as HOUSEHELPS or NANNIES.

We have heard stories of nannies mistreating the toodlers who can not tell what has been going on during the day.

It is very devastating because taking legal charges is a long process and an expensive one too.

But thanks to Psychology, here are tips that your baby is telling you they had a bad day without really telling you they had a bad day:


1.WHEN YOUR BABY IS TOO CLINGY WHEN YOU ARE HOME;

As a parent, you know your child from the first day they are born. Right from birth, newborns already show distinct styles of responding to their enviroment .

There are babies who are naturally clingy, of which most babies are clingy, but when a baby is tramautized during the day, they are likely to get very clingy to the people they trust and completely refuse to be touched by the nannies or the person who has caused harm to them.


2.IF THEY HAVE NIGHTMARES.

The subconscious mind contains a replay of everything that has happened to a person's life. For babies who haven't lived for long, the subconscious mind contains what has been happening to them during the day. For example, a baby who plays alot during the day is likely to laugh in his sleep, but a baby who has been crying the whole day is likely to cry in his sleep.


3.MARKS ON YOUR BABY'S BODY.

You are likely to find some injuries on your baby's body and when you ask, they will say they hit themselves on the floor, or they scratched themselves with the spoon.

Do not fall for that. Accidents can't happen every time your nannie is left with your baby.


Parting shot. Be a present parent to your babies; after all, they are yours. However busy your day has been, find some time and interact with them. Ask them how their day was, who they played with and the games they played, and what they learned during the day. You will be surprised by how they open up about themselves and learn a lot as a parent.

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