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How To Correct Your Child's Bad Behavior Without Using Negative Words

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Parenting has a lot of ups and downs attached to it. Children tend to do things that annoys, so it takes a lot of patience for parents not to mistakenly use negative words on their children.

Today, I'll be teaching parents how to correct their children's bad behaviour without using Negative words.

Firstly, Teach by example.

Every child first learning takes place in the house. They learn by watching what their parents do while around them. When you possess a good characteristic as parents, your children watch and learn and vice versa.


Secondly, Learn to be patient.

Patience is one of the most important tool in being around children. Learning to be patient allows you to study your children, know what each child can do and what they can not.

It also helps you approach issues with diplomatic approach, rather than shouting aggressively, thereby making things worse than it already is.

Give them listening ears

As much as you would want to punish them for their wrongdoings, give them listening ears. Hear what they have to say about what they have done. Sometimes, children think they are doing some things right, unknowing to them it's wrong.

Therefore, give them listening ears and try to see things from their own perspective.


Set clear rules

In your house, set l I'm not and rules to guide every action they take. Make sure the good action attracts a reward, while the bad ones attract a little punishment . This will allow the children learn fast.

As parents, you don't have to use negative and insulting words on your children before you can change their lifestyle.

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