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Parenting Tips – How to Discipline Children

August 16, 2013

In this video display four parenting tips on how to discipline children.

In this video display four parenting tips on how to discipline children.

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One thought on “Parenting Tips – How to Discipline Children

  • Madhu

    The word “Discipline” itself come with the force of sounding “authority”. As far my understanding is concerned if our way of teaching or imparting discipline shows the boundations and regulations. Then your kids might not be doing it by heart or rather they would be doing for the sake of keeping your respect.

    Or if it is mentored in such a way that they can understand the value & benefits of being disciplined. Then I guarantee it would and ought to be coming from within.

    I agree with one of the discipline tip of “ignoring certain behavior” of your child.
    Many times we come across that our kids are not behaving properly and you are getting irritated and frustrated.

    So here your major role comes up!!! You need not to react to a situation rather you need to keep patience at that very time. You would realize your child himself will come to you and would apologize for the misconduct he did. That is your Bonus Point and you would come to know that suddenly your child is becoming disciplined and started directing other kids of his age for getting being disciplined.

    I like the quote by Horace “Rule your mind or it will rule you”.

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