Author(s): Andrew Fuller
While tricky behaviour can be confronting for parents, the good news is that these children frequently grow up to be the movers and shakers of the world. Believe it or not they are more often than not the ones full of potential. Overly competitive, manipulative, aggressive, moody or argumentative traits can often hide anxieties and stresses that children can't articulate. In Tricky Behaviours leading Australian adolescent psychologist Andrew Fuller delves deeply into the different types of tricky behaviour displayed by children of all ages. Using the latest thinking and developments in child psychology, he explains the most common reasons why children display confronting behaviour and outlines practical steps you can take to help show them the way to live harmoniously with you and others.