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Behaviors At Home

Behaviors Related To Status

Everybody wants to be “somebody.” For some, this need is a driving force in their lives. Therefore, any dehumanizing effort or action by a parent is a mistake. If we are to meet this need, we should always make sure our children know we recognize and value their special qualities and talents
The Attention Demander

Other Behaviors (with a paid membership)

  • The Agitator
  • The Alibier
  • The Angel
  • The Apathetic
  • The Apple Polisher
  • The Arrogant
  • The Authority Pusher
  • The Blabbermouth
  • The Blurter
  • The Boss
  • The Class Clown
  • The Clique
  • The Crier (Who Claims Foul)
  • The Crier (Who Sheds Tears)
  • The Defier
  • The Disrespectful
  • The Disrupter
  • The Distracter
  • The Dreamer
  • The Exaggerator
  • The Failer
  • The Fighter
  • The Follower
  • The Foulmouth
  • The Fun Seeker
  • The Goer
  • The Greedy
  • The Habitual Absentee
  • The Hater
  • "I Don't Care"
  • "I Won't Do It"
  • The Immature
  • The Influencer
  • The Interrupter
  • The Jealous
  • The Know-It-All
  • The Late Arriver
  • The Lazy
  • The Lewd
  • The Liar
  • The Loner
  • The Loudmouth
  • The Lover
  • The Malcontent
  • The Manipulator
  • The Name Caller
  • The Negative Group
  • The Noisemaker
  • The Rabble Rouser
  • The Rude
  • Satisfied with Second Place
  • The Scrapper
  • The Shadow
  • The Sidetracker
  • The Skeptic
  • The Skipper
  • The Smartmouth
  • The Sneak
  • The Snob
  • The Snoop
  • The Spoiled
  • The Swearer
  • The Talker
  • Talks Back
  • The Tattletale
  • The Teaser
  • The Victim
  • The Wanderer
  • The Whiner