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    5 Ways To Handle Your Children Instead Of Yelling At Them

    Ways To Handle Your Children

    It may appear that yelling is the only way to get kids to listen, but here’s how to discipline kids without yelling. There are numerous methods for getting your child to listen without raising your voice.

    Approximately 70% of parents yell at their children at some point; most parents do this until it becomes second nature to them. One thing that many parents fail to realize is that yelling at their children does not teach them how to control their bad behaviour.

    Here are six ways to handle your children without resorting to yelling.

    1. Motivate your children

    When you encourage your children to follow the rules, you are doing them a favour. Take them out or support them in their favourite activities. For example, if your child performs well in his or her responsibilities, praise him or her. You can also encourage your child if he or she is struggling with a house rule.

    2. Establish a set of clear rules

    Making house rules will help you avoid yelling at your children. Establish clear rules that your children will be able to follow. When your child disobeys the rules, instead of yelling at them, punish them immediately. This is one of the best ways  ways to handle your children.

    3. Plan for consequences ahead of time

    Following the establishment of some household rules, the next step is to devise a list of punishments for each one. Through this medium, you are informing your children ahead of time.

    For example, you could tell your wards, “If you don’t finish your assignments, there won’t be any food for you.” It is then up to your child to decide whether or not to cooperate. Consider which consequences will be beneficial to your children.

    4. If necessary, issue a warning to your children

    As a parent, you can issue a warning to your children when necessary. “After you finish your assignments, you watch cartoons,” for example. When you do this, you are informing people about the likely outcomes of following a specific guideline.

    5. Fellow Up

    Stick to your guns once you’ve established a specific penalty for breaking a rule. By doing so, you demonstrate to your children how serious you are. Follow up immediately, for example, if the penalty for not completing their homework is a denial of food. As a result, your child will make the best decisions possible in the future.

    Read Also: Actor Williams Uchemba Urges Parents To Protect Their Children At Any Cost

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      Chichi
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      impressive, would come back to this article when i get my 1st child

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    • #26886
      Bernard
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      wish my dad saw this while i was growing up, the man no dey waste time o unleash the belt laye

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