Our expert says:
YOu don't define "little monster" but you're clear that she behaves differently and badly when she's at home, compared with when she's in school. Have you tried the very simple step of reducing the attention you pay to her whenever she is misbehaving, ignoring her so far as possible ( are all those things you are trying to say to her and which she is trying to ignore, REALLY essential ? ) and contrariwise, pay close and loving attention to her whenever, even accidentally, she is listening and behaving well ; so that she gets rewarded by attention and affection when she behaves well, and finds she loses attention --- and the power your anger gives her--- when she misbehaves.
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