Today’s guidelines are primarily aimed at teachers as well as social workers and the police to improve their responsiveness to child abuse. NICE said ‘We are saying err on the side of curiosity – it might be nothing but it might be something.’
A new study suggests that toddlers with better language skills are more capable of managing their anger when compared to others. According to the research, children who can speak words can manage their frustration better and are less likely to express anger by the time they're in preschool. The study has been conducted by researchers from Pennsylvania State University and appears in the journal Child Development.