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Things You Should never Say to Other's Children

Do you treat other’s children the same way in which you treat yours? Take a look at the things which you should never say to other’s children.

Things that you cannot say to your own children should not be uttered to other’s kids too, because all kids are the same and their feelings and emotions run the same way as of your kids. Here is a list of things discussed that you should never utter to other’s kids.

“Stay away from my Kids”

Kids often end up fighting with their fellow beings and come complaining to their respective parents. At this point of time it will not be wise to rebuke other’s kids. It is better to stay away from the kids fight, because after some time both the kids will forget everything and start playing together as if nothing had happened. But if after your kid complains to you about other kids and you start rebuking the other kids, they will end up disliking you and complain about you to their parents. Never use words like, “Stay away from my Kids” and spoil their innocence. Let them enjoy the way they like.

“You are spoiling my kid”

Kids hardly understand these tough words. Do not use such words in front of kids. Stop bothering so much about the childish fights. Let them enjoy their childhood and do not interfere unless it is very serious. Call both the kids when you see them fighting and try to solve their issues in a polite way and ask them to be friends again.

“Your parents did not teach you anything”

Sometimes kids often end up misbehaving just to draw your attention. Your kids also might have done the same thing at some point of time. So when you find other’s kids misbehaving, do not lose your cool and start blaming their parents in front of them. Parents are not always responsible for an ill behaved child. Environment also plays a very important role in a child’s life. So do not use such harsh words to other’s kids as you also will not like it if others use such words in front of your kids.

When you find a kid misbehaving when their parents are away, call him or her and ask the reason for the discomfort. Politely tell the kid that such behaviour is not expected from kids. Or if you find his or her parents are neglecting his behaviour try to keep yourself at bay as the kid may have some behavioural problems and so to avoid any kind of an embarrassing situations his parents are keeping quiet and will deal with this later on.

“I don’t want to see your face again”

While playing children often hurt themselves knowingly or unknowingly. It is quite natural for kids to have a fight with each other and then forgetting everything the next moment. If your child is really hurt by other kids it is natural for you to worry about, but at this point of time do not lose your cool and start abusing the other kid. Always know this in mind that your child also might have done something so they ended up fighting with each other and in that process your child got hurt.

Kids try to win over their respective parents by trying to prove that they are innocent. Do not get swayed away by listening to your kid only. Allow the other kid to explain too and then come to any kind of judgement. Do not use words like “I don’t want to see your face again”, or “I hate you”. These words may have dreadful effects on kids.

“Get out of my house” or “Get Lost”

Such words have a negative impact on kids and they may suffer from a mental trauma after you treat them in such a bad manner. Instead of accusing others’ kid, you may talk to his or her parents and explain the whole incident that happened or the kind of behaviour that is not expected from a kid. This is a much better idea than to use such words in front of kids.

Kids should never be treated with harsh words. They should be dealt with as politely as possible. Shouting and yelling at kids does no good; moreover it makes the kids more stubborn.

How to talk to other’s children? What to do when other’s children are misbehaving? Is it alright to discipline other’s children? Discuss here.

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Hetal.2 years ago
very interesting topic
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