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Shouting at Children ‘Increases Their Behaviour Problems’

According to a recent research led by LSE and reported on Telegraph online, “Mothers who angrily tell off their children when they step out of line may be making behaviour problems worse.” Researchers said that: “particularly excessive shouting, punishing or

Day 5: The week’s final Lesson on Discipline for our children

Enforce the rules consistently. What brings a smile today shouldn’t bring a slap tomorrow. Inconsistency weakens your authority and breeds disobedience in them. Here are some things to shun: Avoid comparisons. No child should be expected to be just like

Day 4: A Lesson on Discipline for our children

Explain the rules clearly. Punishing a child over a rule they don’t understand just makes them resentful. The fewer your rules the better-just make them understandable, doable, and observable. ‘Preaching’ and moralising only creates resistance (Source: Word for Today)

Day 3: A Lesson on Discipline for our children

Failure to enforce law and order to gain short term popularity with our kids always ends up costing us their long term respect. (Source: Word for Today)

Day 2: A Lesson on Discipline for our children

Expecting young kids to work out for themselves what’s right and wrong is a burden they shouldn’t have to bear. Their neurological and moral equipment isn’t sufficiently developed yet for such responsibility. Children learn to make good decisions from the

Day 1: A Lesson on Discipline for our Children

Everyday this week, we will be sharing reminders or quotes on the benefits of discipline in our homes. Day 1: A Lesson on Discipline for our Children ‘Children who are a joy to live with don’t get that way by