Unfortunately many young children will use aggression to get what they want. It is not unusual for a young child to hit or bite when they want something they cannot have, or when they are unable to express themselves. If you have a young child who is showing aggression towards adults, or other children, you must address it immediately.
Here are 3 things that you can do to help the child to stop hitting or biting:
Getting a cancer diagnosis can be hard to process. If you have children, it can be even more difficult to share the news with them that you have cancer. If you have a young child, who is between the age of 3 to 5, you need to take special care communicating with them about what is happening to you. Your child is old enough to understand that something is happening to you, but perhaps too young to understand the seriousness of the situation.