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Wednesday, April 09, 2014
As you reflect the next twelve months of being a parent below are 3 Higher Year's resolutions to consider. Prevent trying to adopt every concept. Be practical and select a couple of to add to your list of New Year's resolutions, the ones that you really can include.
1. Be consistent with your discipline. This is a big ask as dealing with children' misdeed checks the perseverance and resolve of the even the most guaranteed parents. Set consistent limits and limits, even for the teens. Be willing to work out and provide a little ground. When youngsters refuse to coordinate or break the policies, act calmly and reasonably as opposed to resort to severe measures to teach them a lesson.
2. Avoid nagging, hollering and constantly reminding youngsters to coordinate. Often it is better to keep peaceful than nag or remind youngsters to do their duties, act or simply be reasonable human beings. It is no coincidence that parents who nag frequently experience 'deaf' youngsters. There is generally absolutely nothing wrong with youngsters's hearing. They merely listen to what they want to hear.
3. Focus on youngsters's positive behaviors. If you find yourself continuously pointing out your youngsters's misdeed and getting nowhere then attempt to overlook the improper as much as possible. Enter the routine of "catching children being excellent". Like adults, youngsters react to beneficial comments and are likely to adopt behaviors that gain them attention.
Think this are too basic and even ridiculous to be "practical" resolutions? We think that too. However again, it is the basic and ridiculous things in life that we keep screwing up and missing much. They claim resolutions are bound to be broken. Let's attempt to stick to these easy ones this year for your youngsters, for yourselves.