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Magic keys to tame your child

Magic keys to tame your child

Fatherhood is one of the most important functions in our social life, raising children and raising them properly and properly to make them physically and psychologically healthy people is one of the most important things, so that they do not fall prey in the future to atheism or terrorist and extremist groups or easy hunting for secularists, and attention must be paid to education from a young age and make your child feel love and security towards you and gain more confidence in himself, and feel your love for him, and love people and respect others, and below we offer you The Magic keys to tame your child that keeps him from loss.

Magic keys to tame your child

All the methods that we will present to you below have proven effective with children in taming them and making them better, as they contribute to building a reassuring generation that is confident in itself and loves its parents and others, and they also bear responsibility.

1- Take advantage of the moments of meeting him

The concerns of life and the thinking of parents in providing a decent life for their children made them completely distant from them, and rarely met.

Your child needs to communicate with you, but some may not do so, not listen to their child.

or ignore the child’s attempt to communicate with them.

Think about how to use the moments you spend with your child as they are more important than the time itself to build the child’s personality and self-confidence.

If you don’t make time for your child to communicate and hear him.

he will look for it outside, and may build destructive thoughts about the parents.

Make happy time, fun, communication and leisurely with your children and family a space of your mind.

Children never forget happy moments and will owe them to you for the rest of their lives.

2- Actions speak louder than words

Parents give thousands of commands a day to their children in vain!

Have children become deaf to the instructions and orders of their parents or what!

Make your action louder than your words.

if you ask your child to spread out his socks so that you wash them, he does not.

Do not do anything but wash only the stretched socks and leave him his socks.

3- Natural consequences

Life is a great school and if it weren’t for the consequences that happen to us after every situation we wouldn’t have learned.

There are situations that children go through on their own and do not need parental intervention.

Leave your child the opportunity and let the natural consequences take their course.

This teaches the child the consequences that will happen to him as a result of his action and will not repeat it again.

4- Make your child feel strong

Children should feel empowered and if you don’t, they will look for it outside and in other ways.

Ask for their advice on something, share their opinion, ask for their help with some household chores.

Leave your child the opportunity to choose whether where to go, clothes to wear or food to eat.

All these things make the child confident and opinionated.

and make him feel strong and important and that he is an active member of the family.

5- Logical punishment

The child is able to differentiate between natural punishment and logical punishment appropriate to the situation and error.

For example, when a child is late in getting out and getting into the car.

he cannot be punished by depriving him of recess for a week!

Such punishment is illogical and inappropriate for the child’s fault.

and may leave the child at a loss as to why he is punished so much.

However, he can be punished by being fined from his allowance to the extent that the father paid a fine for delay.

This is how the child understands that this punishment makes sense, deserves it and will not repeat it again.

6- Withdrawal from conflicts

If your child talks to you in a rude or angry way or is testing your mood.

Withdraw immediately, go to another room and finish talking to him without showing that you have been defeated.

Be firm and tell him either to speak politely or not.

7- Separation between the verb and the subject

Punish a child for the act, but don’t tell him that you don’t love him.

and don’t require him to do something in exchange for you loving him.

I make him love himself, trust her and know that he is loved without conditions or restrictions.

Tell him that you love him but hate the action he did.

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