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Old 12-10-2012, 08:01 PM   #3
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It's pretty normal for a 2 year old, honestly. They've got a more advanced cognitive ability than they do verbal skills and emotional maturity at that age. And they're still 100% self-focused and haven't got the ability to sympathize or see any other perspective than their own. My son was exactly like that, but things got worse as he got to 3, 3.5. We had him evaluated for sensory issues and he did some OT to help him learn some self regulating skills. You could call around and see if she can be evaluated by your local earl intervention program. It's free and they're required to do an evaluation and provide services if your kid qualifies. They could give you some perspective on what's normal for that age and what tools might serve her if she needs assistance.
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