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How To Deal With A Child With Eating Disorder… – Waflay Post
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How To Deal With A Child With Eating Disorder…

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Why do they refuse to eat for no good reason? I am talking about these kids who are below seven years. They are the naughtiest kids when it comes to having something for the stomach’s sake.

To these children, the most important thing to them is playing with toys and sometimes they like high tech gadgets to waste time with.

When it coming to feeding time, the fight will determine how much food goes down their throats. Something I have never understood why they do this.

Snacks, sweets and junk food are their favorite. Children below seven can live on these simple consumable food stuffs if the parent is not careful enough…

What to do,

If you have enough with these children you will be able to understand their habit, their good time and those moments you just need to leave them alone.

Angry children tend to be choosy on what food they want, this is a tactic they might you to manipulate you into giving in into their demands.

First you need to know the reason why they are behaving like that. Then draw a line on what to do and want not to do.

For a good parent, your child comes first in almost everything— if not everything according to caring mothers.

A child with some kind of eating disorder needs constant reminder why eating is very important for their own health. This will, at least, give the child an appetite or force self to take a few important bites. This is all you need.

Changing their diet very often is important too. This will ensure that the kid is taking in different food stuffs and this, in most cases, leads to identifying the kind of food that might be his or her favorite.

Another thing that might help out is training him to share with other children. These can be family members or his friends. They will encourage the kid to keep going. And this can turn out to be the perfect chance for your child embrace eating just like any other family member.

Well, you may have different opinion about this. Lets chat about this in comment section…

Written by waflay

A Kenyan blogger who understands that the world is so unfair! In Watching the World, he highlights his views, opinions and news in prose and poems for ONE REASON --- real story.

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2 comments
  1. Great! My nephew doesn’t want to eat full meal everyday and her mother is not very happy. I think talking to the kids is the important thing to do first. Education is best.

    • Good point there @nerdieeds , sometimes it takes time to understand what they really want. Talking to them is the first part, but if the situation does not change then look for other means to have him take a bite.

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