Why The Kids Do Not Listen To Their Parents

“I call out to my kids many times in a day  but they never listen.”

The frustration on this parent’s face was clear. We were part-way through a recent parenting workshop I was running when the issue arose.

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How To Be A Better Dad?

It is always trend that mother  do most of the work in the kids upbringing but the role of father is  not that much noticed and the hard work care and attention is a major role in kids development.Care for your fathers cause your never  know when they will be no more .Dad role is bringing the upbringing of kids  is an on going process. There are always chances for improvement.I think Dad role can improve if he adopts the following ways.

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Yelling is not The Solution Towards Kids

You know the drill: Your child is screaming at you, ignoring you, being irresponsible or hurtful. Suddenly, you’re yelling at the top of your lungs, matching him decibel for decibel. Later, you think, “Why did I fly off the handle again? I’m so tired of letting him push my buttons so easily.”

Yelling is a natural response when your kids are rude, not listening, engaging in irresponsible behavior or treating you poorly—or in any other situation that triggers your emotions. Even though you know it would be better if you could stay calm, it’s hard to always do that emotionally. Or you may even argue that yelling and making our kids afraid of us worked when we were growing up, so why shouldn’t we do that today?

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How to change your child’s unacceptable behavior

How to change your child’s poor behavior.

It’s inevitable that at times our kids are going to be angry at us, and that we’re going to set some limits that they don’t like. But that’s okay—that just means you’re doing your job as a parent. Here are 5 rules that will help you handle disrespect:

1. Don’t take it personally. I know this is a hard one, but try not to take what your child is saying or doing personally. This behavior really is all about them individuating, and not about you. Instead of allowing yourself to feel hurt or angry (which is a surefire way to get pulled into a power struggle), be clear and direct with your child. If they’re being mildly sassy and starting to push some boundaries, you can say, “Don’t talk to me that way, I don’t like it,” and then turn around and walk away. Tell them the behavior is wrong and then disengage from them. If your child’s behavior warrants a consequence, you can say, “It’s not okay to call me names or swear when I tell you can’t go to your friend’s house. I’m taking your cell phone for two hours. During that time, you need to show me you can behave respectfully to people in this house. If you swear or are rude again, the two hours will start over.” Remember, it doesn’t matter if your child likes you right now. This is about doing the right thing, and asking yourself, “What do I want to teach my child?”

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Brother Sister Rivalry

Jealousy between sisters and brothers is the most common source of tension in the majority of families. Professionals like to label this problem “sibling rivalry.” This simply means “competition.” Sisters and brothers compete against one another in order to achieve a more favorable position in the eyes of their parents. The prize, of course, is more attention, more love, and a sense of greater status within the family as the most favored child. As the children see it, the name of the game is looking good in your parents’ eyes while seeing to it that your brothers or sisters look really bad.
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Siblings Rivalery and Steps for Preventing it!

If you have more than one child, chances are good to excellent that you’ve had to referee sibling conflicts and rivalry. Fact is, even the best sibling relationships can have their moments of discord and friction.
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