30 Jan

2 years is a critical age for both parents and children.

At this stage, which is considered the end of infancy and the beginning of childhood, parents begin to observe a number of changes in the child’s behavior.

These changes were made on the 16th. as it can begin on the 42nd month. it can continue for up to a month.


by the age of 2, the baby will be considered a child by the age of 2, he will have grown up and he will be aware of this.

During this period, the child begins to discover himself as an individual independent of parents.

A child who has started to discover himself when he was previously dependent on his parents can also decide what he likes and doesn’t like, and this is the source of most of the conflicts with parents.

The child engages in excessive stubbornness, trying to do what he wants by crying, combativeness, frequent use of the word ‘no’, a predisposition to violence against others, or even behaviors that can cause self-harm. In addition, you may experience changes in the sleep and nutrition routine that you have somehow streamlined so far.

But each child experiences this stage differently. Some children are calmer by nature and get through this period quickly, while others experience their emotions more intensely, and this period can be experienced a little longer.

The important point here is to provide them with the support they need.


2 age syndrome is a natural stage of the development process, as well as some external factors can increase the size of the problems.

Restrictive excessive protective attitudes of parents, persistent parents (for example, insistence on eating can play a role in appetite problems), the child’s inability to spend energy during the day, and the fact that the parents spend enough time with the child are effective in making the child exhibit these types of difficult and stubborn behaviors.


Being patient is one of the most important characteristics to have at this stage. It should be remembered that this process is also a period of hesitation and transition for your child, who has realized that he can no longer be self-sufficient.

Being patient and consistent with a child who is inconsistent in his behavior, who is experiencing a go-geller, helps to get through this period with the least conflict. The source of the problem is the imposition of obstacles to the individualization and emancipation of the child.

Yes, the child still needs the guidance of parents at this age to protect himself from dangers, but too strict rules and strict upbringing negatively affect the personal development of the child.

Strict penalties yell and show interest in ending instead of giving negative behavior, feeding and toilet training on issues such as wait for the right time, sometimes you usandiraca so much ‘what’ ‘why’ as appreciate the effort of understanding what is happening around your child constantly asking questions to make your presence felt against external dangers scare him rather than beside it in the way most of this period to create a bond of trust and lightweight to be overcome and the child’s self-confident, independent individual allows it to be.

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