Behavior: How exactly is my child behaving?
- Always has something to tell about someone.
- Carries stories about other children or siblings, parents, or teachers. Even talks about his or her best friend.
- Unfortunately, usually conveys bad news.
- Turns any conversation to stories he or she has to tell.
- Not concerned about the whole truth—or whether the gossip will hurt someone.
- Seeks attention; must have it. If he or she doesn't get it in positive ways, will get it by gossiping.
- Disloyal. Honestly doesn't know how to be loyal.
- Seeks out information to relate. Therefore, his or her mind is constantly occupied with news to tell others.
- Likes to be with people.
- Avid talker.
- Tells stories about himself or herself.