10 Parenting Tips for Good Behavior

1st parenting tips :- Be a parent, not a friend. This means you cannot be afraid to be the bad guy.   angry with you sometimes. Deal with it. Let him fail sometimes. If you don’t, how do you expect him to ever learn how to cope with life’s ups and downs? Nobody is successful at everything.
Sometimes, you have to fail in order to succeed.

2nd parenting tips:- Do not name call or hit : Kids learn from you, being abusive or hitting just teaches them to handle conflict with aggression and meanness. If you feel super angry in the moment, take a time out and walk away, come back later and have a plan for discipline. If you lose your cool, explain that you did and make clear you wish you had not. A firm and even angry but measured tone is much more effective than sounding out of control and vindictive.

3rd parenting tips :- Once your child hits the teen years, don’t get lost in the details by focusing too much on the day to day behaviors and moods of your child.
At this point, frequently remind yourself that your teenager will soon be able to leave the house and will have the power to decide how emotionally connected he or she wants to remain with you for the rest of your lives. The more you focus on building a democratic relationship during the teen years, the more your soon-to-be grown child will like and appreciate you for years to come.

4th parenting tips :- If you have to tell your child the same thing repeatedly before they respond, then you are training them to ignore you.

5th parenting tips:- Use natural consequences if possible. Parents may feel they have to punish kids for mistakes or misbehavior rather than letting real life take its course. If your child refuses to put on his coat, let him get cold. If he fails to clean his room, let his toys get lost. It’s tempting to engineer other consequences, like taking away video games or TV time, because we don’t always trust that natural consequences will work. But over time they do have a way of shaping behavior.

6th parenting tips:- Problem solving is what must replace punishment in order to develop responsible, respectful behavior in children. Punishment is a coercive manipulative tactic used to get children to do what we want. It does nothing to develop character and empathy. In fact it is what is part of creating bullies. Children do not learn through fear and force. Their unacceptable behavior is meant to tell us that they are having a problem, not being a problem.

7th parenting tips :-  Understand the meaning of the word discipline. It’s all about teaching and education – not punishment, threats, and training! Think of yourself as a teacher and show your child you respect them by explaining WHY the limit needs to be set. Help them understand it’s for their own good and the benefits to them. Respect is a gateway to your child’s cooperation!

8th parenting tips :- It may seem hard to believe when you’re struggling with your kids, but children really do want to please their parents. Nothing makes a child happier than the pride they feel when receiving praise from their mother or father. This desire to please our parents is so strong that it lasts right into adulthood.

9th parenting tips:-  Be consistent – inconsistent discipline can actually reinforce negative behaviors because your child will keep trying in the hopes that this time he won’t get in trouble.

10th parenting tips:- The child’s problem is that – there is something that he needs and wants and doesn’t know how else to get other than misbehaving. A parent often has a problem with the child’s behavior. Unfortunately the parent usually starts by trying to solve her problem and never gets around to solving the child’s problem.

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