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Published by jennifer morin 77 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +0 votes | 0 comments
Making a very active child calm down can be so challenging and both frustrating. Often a child has become emotionally and physically overwhelmed but doesn’t know how to unwind. This article lists out some soothing techniques that parents can use to help their child relax. Experiment with a variety of these activities and find ones that work best for you and your kid.
Published by Yovita Siswati 78 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +4 votes | 1 comments
How to know that your child is spoiled: 7 Signs That Your Child is Spoiled! A spoiled child means manipulative and demanding child, who hates to be cooperative. Parents sometimes spoil their child with easygoingness. In this article you will learn about the 7 signs which reveal that your child is spoiled? Read on to know the symptoms and signs of a spoiled child.
Published by Ruby 80 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +10 votes | 0 comments
A child's messy room in your home can easily become a constant battle where you will always be the "bad guy". Your home belongs to you and you get to set the standard. Once you decide how you want your environment to look and feel, the next step is to communicate that clearly to the others in the household.
Published by Susie Klein 82 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +6 votes | 0 comments
Here is what the Bible says about child discipline in Proverbs 23:13-14 "Do not withhold discipline from a child; if you punish him with the rod, he will not die. Punish him with the rod and save his soul from death." Children of course need discipline. In our time parents, as a rule, do not use physical punishment to discipline their children. Many times physical punishment is considered child abuse.
Published by Pat Bartels 83 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +10 votes | 3 comments
In a society where more couples are separating than ever and so many families whose parents are both working to be able to afford the high cost of living, inculcating manners requires a lot of patience, love and understanding. Furthermore, time constraints make it hard to rectify, restrict or reinforce children’s experiences as well as reactions. Guiding kids through the path of graciousness need not enrolling them in etiquette class, rather some practical approach may be employed with l...
Published by ViLuz 84 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +6 votes | 1 comments
You look at your sweet child as they sleep, and you are reminded how blessed you are to have this little bundle of joy. It seems like it was only yesterday that your child was born. You go to sleep feeling peaceful, and then the next day when your beautiful child wakes up, you forget how angelic he is, and are dealing face to face with a 2-year old monster! Non-stop screaming, temper tantrums, crying, hitting, biting, the list never ends. If you are dealing with an out-of-control toddler, which ...
Published by Temmyvo 84 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +7 votes | 2 comments
If you’re a parent then you know the stress involved when it comes to your children and furniture. It seems as though children are always bouncing off the walls and rough-housing. This rambunctious play can take a heavy toll on the condition of your house. Walls, carpets, and furniture will all take quite a beating from a group of high-spirited kids.
Published by David Marshall 84 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +0 votes | 0 comments
Technological play refers to computer games and other gadgets such as, Ipad, Game Boy and other related hand-held video game console. Such is today’s advancement which concerns every parent on how to find ways to monitor and limit their child’s too much exposure to this kind of play. Will there be effective ways in which a child can be encouraged to take “time off” from all these games of modern-day technologies?
Published by ViLuz 84 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +2 votes | 1 comments
Dealing with temper tantrum is difficult and is one of the serious problems of parents, teachers, caregivers and anyone caring for children. Temper tantrums also happens in many places where there are children. This is the reason why you should know how to eliminate the problems that cause temper tantrum before thinking of a solution. It is said that prevention is always better than the cure.
Published by Felisa Daskeo 84 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +6 votes | 5 comments
The "Terrible Twos" can be a trying time for many parents. When parents are first time parents they might not fully understand how to deal with this stage in their child's life. This time in a child's life is a trying time for the child also. Children of this age are trying to assert some independence, and trying to be heard.
Published by Stacey Gaubatz 84 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +1 votes | 0 comments
Published by Amera Khanam 246 months ago in Child Behavior & Discipline | +0 votes | 0 comments
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