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    17 month old son biting himself...
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    coconutsmom2013 posted:
    Our son attends daycare and for the past few weeks he has been getting bit by a little girl (not every day). The caregivers noticed a couple of days ago that when he gets angry (another kid has a toy he wants) he bits himself. Why would he do this and how can we get him to stop?


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