Your Child's Puzzling Behavior

By AM Northwest Staff

Does your child tend to daydream instead of doing their homework? Does your son spend more time running around the room than he does at his desk? Does your daughter break down crying when its time for school?

These scenarios could describe just about any child at some time, but how do you know when there are symptoms of something more troubling.

We were joined by the author of  "Understanding Your Child's Puzzling Behavior," Doctor Steven Curtis.

He told us about these troubling symptoms and what they could mean.

Dr. Curtis has a workshop today, April 11th, from 10-4:30pm at the Red Lion Hotel on Hayden Island Drive.

For more information on Doctor Curtis and his book, visit his website.


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