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How to Put an End to Misbehaviour in Children


How to Put an End to Misbehaviour in Children

Misbehaviour in children is something that every parent comes across. However, sometimes it becomes very daunting for parents to deal with such behaviour. Read on to know how to put an end to misbehaviour in children.


Parents take action to prevent misbehaviour. But despite a lot of things, majority of you must be surprised to find that most of the techniques do not help kids become responsible and self-disciplined people.

There are plenty of everyday tantrums, bedtime battles, whining, not listening and power struggles going on in the lives of parents which drive them crazy often. Children usually continue with their behaviour if they find themselves noticed, attended or rewarded. There are many situations when children do not behave properly just to seek attention from their parents.


Tips to Put an End to Your Child’s Misbehaviour

Here are some tips that can help you to put an end to your child’s misbehaviour.

Find the Reason

The first thing that parents should do is to find the reason why the child is misbehaving. Teach your child to understand and express feelings by talking to her especially if you find that your child is showing her aggression by misbehaving.

Talk to Your Child

Talk to her and teach her about acceptable and unacceptable behaviours. Let her express her feelings in words. Build a trust in her so that she shares her feelings with you. This will not only help strengthen the bonding between you two, but also help put an end to misbehaviour in your child.

Divert Attention

Sometimes children simply do not understand and listen. Children forget very quickly and get distracted easily. So, the next time your child insists on playing with something precious or fragile or simply misbehaves or tries to hurt someone, distract her to something completely different. Make sure you spend a little bit of time till she gets engrossed.

Ignore Provocations Completely

If you find that your child is provoking you to make her point, ignore the action completely. However, before doing this you must be sure that you give your child the right amount of attention she needs. This is also very important step when there is a disagreement between brothers and sisters. Ignore till you find anyone of them in physical danger.

State Rules and Consequences Firmly

Let your child know exactly what you want to say and convey it in the right way as well.Children understand direct directions clearly. So, make sure the instructions you give are clear and stated in a firm statement. You will have to follow up and keep a watch without letting your child realise about it. This is because it takes time to get familiar with instructions and things. Understand this and teach your child patiently by addressing the behaviour directly.

Pay Attention to Your Child’s Health

Good eating and sleeping habits will make your children healthy and happy. Remember, hunger and fatigue can make young children behave miserably. Eating balanced meal and proper sleeping schedule will also help you keep your cool longer.

Strengthen Your Bond with Your Children

The stronger the bonding is with your child, the longer it will help hold discipline. Even though no child is perfect, this will help your child have greater respect for you which will help her follow your instructions accurately.

Do Not Let the Situation Go Out of Control

Sometimes children do not listen at all. Even though dealing with such situation is very tough, you should stay calm and think about your child’s feelings. You can prevent any further dragging of the situation by detaching yourself from your child for some time.

Considering the above tips, you will be able to put an end to your child’s misbehaviour. Just keep in mind that if you are angry, you will not be able to discipline your child wisely. So, try to use effective methods and the best way suited for your child.


Why do children misbehave? What are the ways to control misbehaviour in children? Is it possible to put an end to misbehaviour in children completely? Discuss here.


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Abhishek
Abhishek.3 years ago
When certain demands of children are not fulfilled the misbehave.
 
 
 
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Sneha
Sneha.3 years ago
Proper discipline rules should be made to control misbehavior in children.
 
 
 
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Sonia
Sonia.3 years ago
It is necessary to control the misbehavior of children on time.
 
 
 
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