Let’s Teach Little Discipline

The little one entered the age of the children, usually begins like your anger by shouting, hitting or kicking. How to cope with a child with this kind of attitude?

As a parent, you will naturally feel annoyed at the attitude of the child. But scolding is not a good way to cope with his bad attitude. Grumpy can make children do not respect and obey you.

Reported by Babycenter, bad attitude shown by the little guy screaming, crying, hitting or kicking it, is actually part of the development. Children who started to move two years doing such things as a part of the way he creates a sense of confidence and be independent.

As a parent you can do is start teaching your child discipline. How? Here are tips:

1. Reported by eHow, when children behave well do not forget to give a compliment. Likewise, when your child behaves badly, you also need to give him punishment.

Sometimes parents forget to praise the child when the child shows an attitude and good nature for just focus on the ugliness alone. Children can feel unappreciated if you just react badly when he acted alone.

2. When children behave badly, immediately invite them to speak. For example, if a child had just hit her for grabs toys. Try to calm the child directly. Slowly, not angrily, tell him, “You should not hit when angry or he will not love toys. Tanya just good friends together you may not borrow toys.”

When her in conversation, you are not just saying that what he did wrong. You also need to give the solution, how it should be.

3. Teach children to make decisions. Let your child choose what he wants, but that gives you the choice. For example, if he wants to eat broccoli or corn, or what he wants, red or blue shoes.

Reported Kidshealth, the average toddler angry because they’re trying to self. They also feel want to control the situation. By giving him a choice, your child will feel like they have control.

4. Reported Health24, you can also use eye contact to discipline. When your child does not want to comply, do not yell or get mad at him. Simply staring eyes, the child will naturally understand.

You also should stop ranting. Just tell your child what he should do. If it turns out the child is not willing to comply, given the consequences of his actions.

5. When you feel you can not bear to nag or angry, walk away from your child. Give yourself a break and calm down first so as not to vent anger in children.