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Child Whining Directory

Whining is a common way for kids to try to get attention. Some children may whine because they feel like their parents are always too busy. Some whine because they are overindulged. If your child always gets what he or she wants, then whining may become a major issue. When dealing with whining, stay calm and reinforce good behavior. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how to handle child whining, how to prevent whining, and much more.

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