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Behaviors At School

Behaviors Related To Autonomy

The need for autonomy is the need to be one’s own boss, to be independent, and to have some control over one’s own life. Parents can help children express this need by letting them make choices and set goals. Parents must be sensitive to opportunities to fulfill, whenever possible, the need all children have for autonomy.

Other Behaviors (with a paid membership)

  • The Angel
  • The Bully
  • The Complainer
  • The Con Artist
  • The Defier
  • The Destroyer
  • The Disengaged
  • The Disorganized
  • The Exploder
  • The Fighter
  • The Forgetter
  • The Goldbrick
  • The Greedy
  • The Griper
  • The Hider
  • The Hyperactive
  • The Interrupter
  • The Know-It-All
  • The Last Worder
  • The Manipulator
  • The Objector
  • The Rebel
  • The Selfish
  • The Shy
  • The Snotty
  • The Spoiled
  • The Stewer
  • The Tardy
  • The Tattletale
  • The Test Challenger
  • The Truant