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Get Any Child To Listen, Pay Attention and Behave!

Get Any Child To Listen, Pay Attention and Behave!

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  • ==== ====Child Behavior, Child Development, Toddler Temper Tantrums, Parenting Kids, ADHD, ADD,Attention and Concentration Skills and Habitshttp://mayoum.com/fiverr/exer/6wz/==== ====Are There Any Difference Between Yesterdays and Todays Parent-Child Relationship?Parent-Child relationship varies in different families and parenting skills vary from person toperson. Mostly it depends on how the individual was brought up while he or she was still a child.How a parent deals with his or her offspring can be rooted on how he or she was treated duringhis or her childhood years.During the olden times, parent-child relationship merely exists because of the perception that themale alpha will always have the say on everything and that the female counterpart is only apartner that takes care of the offspring. It seems that there is no connection between the parentsand the children because it was common before that they instil fear to get order in theirhouseholds. If a child commits a mistake then he or she deserves punishment; well, that wasbefore.According to studies, parents should discipline their children out of love and care and not byinstilling fear. Why? Because it is important that a child obeys you with the reason that he or sherespects you and not that he or she fears you. When it was common before that the parents beattheir children thinking that they deserve it due a mistake done, today, it is greatly prohibited andeven illegal to impose physical harm to your children. If you fail to abide by this law, you could getreprimanded or worst, you can go to prison.A child, in order to be a successful adult in the future without feelings of remorse, guilt, hatred, andrevenge should be treated as a child with freedom and given respect today. Parents shouldpractice good parent-child relationship in order to contribute in their childrens success; otherwisethey may become a victim of their childrens revenge in the future for it is common for thesechildren who have experienced maltreatment from their parents to just dump them at any home forthe aged when the time comes.While it is still early for change, be a good example for your children so that they will also have ahealthy parent-child relationship in the future when they will already have their own families.Heather Masson has been a parent and professional child caregiver for over twenty years. She ispassionate about raising children up to be happy, healthy and well-adjusted. She loves to help andsupport other parents in their quest to do the same. Heather believes information and a strongparenting support community are key to raising happy kids. Visit her website to learn more:http://childbehaviorclassroom.com
  • Article Source:http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Heather_Masson==== ====Child Behavior, Child Development, Toddler Temper Tantrums, Parenting Kids, ADHD, ADD,Attention and Concentration Skills and Habitshttp://mayoum.com/fiverr/exer/6wz/==== ====