As children get older, they experience different behaviors around them. Over the years they have also learned a number of shortcuts and techniques to get things done. One such strategy is manipulation.
After refusing a chocolate or toy, the kids start to get angry in the public place and often the parents get involved in demanding to save themselves from the embarrassing situation. Manipulation behavior in children stems from such incidents, mostly.
Once a child begins to analyze the situation, he or she will quickly realize that crying out loud or hitting things in a public place or in front of outsiders always leads to need.
Therefore, as important as it is for parents to love their child, it is important for them to understand their behavioral changes in their growing years.
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