Rude, spoiled, bad behaving, children have become a challenge for their parents. They do only what they like, they don't take into consideration any advice, they seem to know everything. Are children or parents to blame? Opinions are shared. There are specialists who think parents are to blame as they spoil their children too much and are not strong enough to tell them "no" whenever they ask for something. They don't realize children use emotional blackmail to achieve their goals: you go to the mall and your boy sees the latest edition of a toy and he desperately wants it. You try to explain him that you don't have money to spend on toys but he begins to scream, cry and make a scene as to embarrass you and make you buy the toy as to make him stop.
Instead of ref
using him what do you do? You buy the toy and he leaves for home very satisfied. You have to know when to impose your authority: you're the parent and he is the child and he is the one who has to do what he is told to do. Still you have to give him good reasons, to explain him why he has to take your advice.
On the contrary there are cases when children are bitten by their parents to make them behave properly. Domestic violence is drastically blamed by authorities and it is not a solution to solve the problem. Children understand when they are told what they have to do. Punishes like not allowing them to watch TV or not to use the computer may make them see you are not joking. Make your child see he is responsible for what he does, make him understand you treasure his beliefs.
To sum up we should try to be as objective as we can in what concerns our children's education and always think at his future and not only at the present.
Rude, spoiled, bad behaving, children have become a challenge for their parents written by Herminne Tonita for FamousWhy.com
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