4 No-Nonsense Ways to Improve Your Kids' Listening

Getting your children to pay attention is one of the most challenging aspects of being a parent.

 Little ones value their freedom from the moment they are able to walk without assistance.

But what should a parent do when their child's "I can do it myself" attitude takes a turn for the worst and manifests itself

Putting home rules on the fridge is just one part. Rules must be constantly enforced.  Rules need not be difficult. Even better, let your kids add to the list. 

 1. Consistent parenting

Minors make mistakes. Kids learn to make better choices by making bad ones. Be human with your kids. Their sentiments were valid even though they handled them terribly.  

2. Empathize with youngsters.

Parenting coach Elaine Taylor-Klaus says, "Coaching helps parents empower and promote their children. Learning and improvement are prioritized over correction and re-direction." 

 3. Guide youngsters through it. 

Notice I didn't say stay calm. Be neutral like an inquisitive scientist. Of course, disobedient kids are frustrating. Maintain perspective to control your wrath and frustration

4. Stay calm

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