How To Teach Your Children Good Behavior

Solid Parenting Advice For Happy Children

Is your child unruly, disruptive, or uncontrollable? Maybe, your child is extremely shy and scared of sharing his or her feelings. Whatever your concerns regarding your children are, the parenting tips below can help you to develop stronger communication and understanding between you and your children so that your relationship can grow!

Parenting isn’t a 24 hour job. Being included into a child’s life requires a level of moderation when it comes to how immersed a parent is. When children are young they require a lot of attention, but as they grow up it’s wiser to let them mature on their own. Often the children who have the least amount of social skills are the ones who have most of their decisions decided for them by others, namely their parents. Teach charity even when a child is a toddler. Teach your child the importance of giving to others that may be in need. A child will likely be more receptive to paring down their belongings if they realize that they are going to another child that isn’t as fortunate as them. The lesson they learn will follow them through life. It’s very important to keep children safe from kitchen hazards. While you are working in the kitchen with little ones milling about, remember to use the burners on the back of the stove. Even the smallest hands can reach the front burners! Also, keep pan handles pointed to the back so those grabby fingers cannot pull a hot pan down!

A great tip to help you with parenting is to get to know the kids your child is hanging out with. Though who your child hangs out with is ultimately his or her decision, you’d like to know if their friends are using drugs or if they participate in some kind of illegal activities. If your child starts having accidents at night after being potty-trained for a long time you may want to take them to their doctor. Most children begin having accidents after something has happened to them. A doctor will be able to evaluate them and possibly figure out what is happening. When you are going to a place where there will be large number of people, dress your children in colorful clothing that will be distinctive from a distance. You might want to consider matching clothing for the adults in your party. It will help prevent you and your children becoming separated in a crowd. Choose what you reveal to your children wisely. If a family is having money issues, it’s not necessarily beneficial to tell a 3 or 4 year old child Sometimes children will find themselves to blame for problems that are plaguing the whole family. On the other hand many may feel resentment over being coddled or shielded from the truth. Making judgment calls on important family information is absolutely vital to raising a child in a non-toxic environment.

When your child’s behavior is unacceptable, ensure that the consequences fit, and that they are immediate. Taking away or granting age-appropriate privileges is a good way to provide rewards or consequences. Remember, a punishment that is overly harsh may backfire, because your child loses the motivation to improve his or her behavior. Being too lenient teaches your child whom you are not serious.

Building your child’s self-esteem will create a foundation they will blossom from. You have to accept their shortcomings and help them grow past them. You also need to remind them that humans aren’t perfect, and neither are they, but that’s just fine! Everyone makes mistakes, but those who learn from them will go further in life.

Never let your baby cry it out. A baby who cries it out, will feel abandoned and confused. The only way they have to communicate with you is to cry and when you don’t respond, it’s like you aren’t listening to your child. All babies will sleep through the night eventually, so use a gentler approach to get there.

Don’t be frustrated by having the same argument over and over with your child. Learn how to use effective and fair discipline instead. Become a better listener and communicator so your child feels free to open up about things with you. The tips above will help you with all of these things.

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6 comments on “How To Teach Your Children Good Behavior
  1. Taiwanda says:

    These are great parenting tips indeed!

  2. If you are not always giving time to your kids, that could be one reason why they show or develop negative behavior. Time for kids is precious.

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