1. make difference
What you do makes a slight difference. Your kids are always watching you. Don’t just react on the spur of the moment. Ask yourself, ‘What do I want to accomplish, and is this likely to produce good result?'”
2. Boundaries of love
It is simply not possible to spoil a child with too much of love, but they should it use that as over advantages, so that they keeps on reacting on things like leniency, lowered expectations, or material possessions.”
3. Live in your child’s life
“Being a jovial parent it takes time and is hard work, and it often means rearranging your works priorities. It s simply sacrificing what you want to do for what your child needs to do. Be present there mentally as well as physically.
4. Apply your parenting to fit your child
Keep pace with your child’s developmental activities. Your child is growing up. Consider this as a serious factor, now carious age facts are affecting the child’s behavior.
If your kid is practicing adamant intellectual spurt, the same will reflect in dining table, class room, trip etc, so try to keep advising your kid about their behavior.
5. Set new rule
If you don’t manage your child’s behavior when he is in young, he will have a hard time learning how to manage himself when he is older ?
Any time of the day or night we have to give our answers for three questions:
Where is my child?
Who is with my child?
What is my child doing?
you have to let the child do their own homework, make their own choices, and not intervene.”
6. child’s independence
Setting some limits and asking to be independent will helps your child develop a sense of self-control. Encouraging independence helps to develop a sense of self-direction. It is part of human nature to want to feel in control rather than to feel controlled by someone else.”
7. Be consistent
Don’t change the systems day by day,your instant changes will enforce them only intermittently, your child’s misbehavior is your fault, not himself. Your most important disciplinary tool is consistency here.
“When parents aren’t consistent, children get confused. You have to force yourself to be more consistent rather than dumping on to children.”
8. Avoid harsh discipline
“Children who are spanked, hit, or slapped are more prone to fighting with other children,” they will turn bullies and more likely to use aggression to solve disputes with others.”
9. give your rules and decisions
The real fact is most of the parents over explain to young children and under explain to adolescents. Better treat them as equal and ask suggestions from them, they might be sure happy with you.
10. respect your child
one of the best tool to get respectful treatment from your child is to treat him respectfully. Speak to him politely. Respect his opinion and thoughts. Pay attention when he is speaking to you.
Treat him kindly. Your relationship with your child is the strongest foundation for her relationships with others.”