‘My daughter is 6 years old, whenever we go to a toy shop, she creates a fuss as she wants to buy each and every toy at the toy store. She is very careless with her things, she breaks her toys and then demands new toys. How do I change this behavior?’
Discipline is helping your child learn how to behave, as well as how not to behave. It works best when you have a warm and loving relationship with your child.
They’re built on talking and listening. Not enough discipline can leave children feeling insecure and parents feeling out of control. Too much harsh, negative discipline, and not enough praise and rewards, might get children behaving well, but out of fear. This can lead to problems with children’s self-esteem and anxiety later in life.
Here are some tips for the parents on how they can discipline their child:
- Set limits– Have clear and consistent rules your children can follow. Be sure to explain these rules in age-appropriate terms they can understand.
- Show and tell– Teach children right from wrong with calm words and actions. Model behaviors you would like to see in your children.
- Hear them out– Listening is important. Let your child finish the story before helping solve the problem. Watch for times when misbehavior has a pattern, like if your child is feeling jealous. Talk with your child about this rather than just giving consequences.
- Redirect bad behavior– Sometimes children misbehave because they are bored or don’t know any better. Find something else for your child to do.
- Catch them being good– Children need to know when they do something bad–and when they do something good. Notice good behavior and point it out, praising success and good tries. Be specific (for example, “Wow, you did a good job putting that toy away!”).
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