Do not be angry or label

Posted on: November 29, 2019 Posted by: lurtv lover Comments: 0

Do not be angry or label

Do not be angry or label. #LovingNotLabelling . This is the right way when your child behaves badly

When children are upset with their friends, they will often push or hit.

We recommend that as parents do not be provoked emotions until Moms snapped up to give a certain label.

The label given can make children think if they have nature as described.

hen children are upset with their friends, they will often push or beat.

Do not be angry or label

We recommend that as parents do not be provoked emotions until Moms snapped up to give a certain label.

Be angry can make children think if they have nature as described.

So, instead of scolding a child, it is better to do the following to advise the Little One.

1. Use a firm but soft tone

When a child starts to get angry or hit the theme, Moms should not yell or scold him.

Give an explanation in a firm and gentle tone to explain the reason why hitting is not good.

“When you speak in a soft but firm voice, children usually work to listen and they always do it.
The calmer and gentler you speak, the greater the impact of your words,” Michelle LaRowe, author of A Mom’s Ultimate Book of Lists.

2. Explain if anger is allowed, but it cannot hurt

When children push their friends because their toys are damaged, Moms should not be immediately angry.

You can say that being angry is okay, but don’t hurt others.

Also, give advice if anger is permissible, but it should not be excessive because it can endanger yourself and others.

3. Overcome bad behavior

Again when the child starts hitting or pushing his friend, Moms should explain why hitting is not good.

Moms can say ‘not hitting but hugging’ and explain what the consequences for him and his friend if Little hit.

After that, teach to hug and give a happy expression when he wants to do it.

Thus, children will learn that good behavior will get good responses too.

4. Give praise

Children like to get the attention of those around them even though it’s in a bad way.

“If you shout at children, you still give them the interest they want, and because of that they will continue to use negative behavior to get a reaction from you,” Dr. Long

If you praise, even when there is nothing, then the child will tend to repeat it so as to minimize the bad behavior of your child to attract attention.

#LovingNotLabelling

Who doesn’t want to have children who are independent and brave? Do not be angry or label

Every Mom would want their children to grow into independent and brave children.

Sometimes, the way Moms to educate children to become independent is usually not right.

Even Moms tend to feel scared and worried if children do things themselves.

In fact, children also need to be trained to be independent so they don’t become spoiled individuals and rely on others to do things.

By being independent, children can also be brave individuals.

Reporting from Kompas.com, Moms and Dads are one-factor children who can not be independent.

The level of patience of Moms and Dads is usually tested when children cannot do things properly.

Negative words that come out of the mouth of Moms can actually be a boomerang for Moms themselves.

The following are positive sentences that can be used to build children’s independence.

1. Avoid assessing children’s efforts

Philosophers claim that courage is a force that is formed when someone is being brave.

Moms can use the phrase ‘you can do it, kid’ to build and motivate children to do things without fear.

2. Don’t be afraid to fail

Also Read: #LovingNotLabelling Substitute ‘Don’t’ to Grow Children’s Confidence

So that children are not frustrated, parents today tend to encourage children to at least succeed in doing things that are easy.

Parents will be afraid if the child fails for doing difficult things.

Even though it is the wrong thing. Let the child have the experience of losing so that he is never afraid of failure.

Moms can say positive sentences to build a child’s motivation rather than not afraid to fail.

3. Do not be prejudiced with children

Moms usually always think bad of children when going to do something.

Tend to underestimate if the child does something above the ability of the child.

Make it a habit to believe in the child’s ability to build the child’s independence.