Child discipline can be challenging to many parents. Let's face it, responsible, respectful, self-controlled and truly happy children do not just pop up out of no-where. They come from families who put a lot of effort and time in TEACHING their kids how to be well behaved, respectful and happy.
However, they do not force or control them to be that way. Well disciplined kids are happy, because they can control their own behavior without much of parents constant interference.
I found this poem before I became a parent and now I read it occasionally to make sure I don't have to regret my parenting choices.
If I Had My Child to Raise Over Again
If I Had My Child to Raise Over Again
I'd finger-paint more, and point the fingers less.
I would do less correcting and more connecting.
I'd take my eyes off my watch, and watch with my eyes.
I would care to know less and know to care more.
I'd take more hikes and fly more kites.
I'd stop playing serious, and seriously play.
I would run through more fields and gaze at more stars.
I'd do more hugging and less tugging.
I'd build self-esteem first, and the house later.
I would be firm less often, and affirm much more.
I'd teach less about the love of power, And more about the power of love.
by Diane Loomans
There is a lot of misunderstanding about what the word discipline means. Do not confuse discipline with physical punishment or a conflict between a parent and a child.
Child discipline is teaching good behavior, correcting child's actions, showing respect by listening to child's opinion, setting boundaries, consistency and cooperation.
The articles below will help you imply positive discipline into every day life.
Positive Parenting Tips
parenting is a way of raising kids where parents focus not on
punishments for bad behavior, but instead, they encourage good behavior.
The main principle of positive parenting is to help child control his emotions in an acceptable manner.
To get the best out of positive discipline you need to understand your child and know his developmental milestones.
Positive discipline techniques
Applying Positive Discipline Techniques to a real life can be challenging for many parents. Including me. However, with a strong will, patience, practice and dedication I think I turned this thing (discipline) into a fun, memorable and positive experience.
are few great child discipline ideas to follow that I used on a daily basis.
Memorize it, print it and stick it to the fridge, use it every day and
the sun will shine brighter today, tomorrow and 10 years later. I promise.
Temper Tantrums (sometimes called as Terrible 2's or terrible 3's) are famous for whining, crying, screaming, kicking, falling, throwing things, holding breath, some cases even throwing up ….
If you have a toddler I am sure you have been there and done that with your child. Toddler temper tantrums are common and if properly addressed they can be not that bad at all.
Tantrums worry parents. They are not sure what is considered as normal
tantrum, when is the meltdown too long or happens too often?
Severe Tantrums could be a real problem if they last more then 10 minutes and they happen often. Read and learn how to deal with those tantrums and when to call a doctor.
If you practice Attachment Parenting you most likely are not using physical punishments as discipline for your children.
Read this article to add up some valuable information to your data bank, so you can provide and educate other parents, who still think that 'popping', 'smacking', 'slapping', 'pinching' "won't heart a bit" and will help raise children well.
Raising an emotionally intelligent child means understanding and caring for his feelings, teaching him how to deal with negative or positive emotions. Emotional Intelligence, believe me or not, is even more important than his IQ.
Empathy is a skill we all need. It is a selfless act which helps us learn more about people and relationships with them - it is a desirable skill beneficial to ourselves, others and society.
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