Well, if she straightaway stops biting herself when you're in the room, than yes I wouldn't be too concerned. Its when she makes it a habit for longer than a month orso, that I would get a referral to a pead.
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20-12-2011 22:22 #13
oh you poor thing sounds terrible, must really distress you to see her do that to herself. Maybe try giving her a teddy to throw if she is angry instead, only replaces on habit with another but it's a bit kinder to her poor arms
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