The best way to Combat A Child That Will Not Listen

When people become mom and dad to a child, good parents want to make sure that they raise their child within the best possible way that they can so that the youngster will grow up to be very effective. This can be a very daunting task. Here are some tips that will give you several assistance when raising your child.

Make sure your child has time to become a child! Don’ t force these to grow up and deal with things too soon. Kids are only young once, plus it’ s important that they reach make the most out of it. Give them time to perform and explore and to just be a child.

When your child falls plus bumps their head, do not allow these to go to sleep for at least two hours. This is because you want to monitor for signs and symptoms that your child may have suffered from inner bleeding. Some symptoms include sweat, confusion, headache and dizziness complaints, and blurred vision. If your kid has these symptoms, bring him/her towards the emergency room.

When your child has a crying temper tantrum, the great thing you can do is to let them cry it out. Eventually, they will get tired and stop. If your child includes physical demonstrations in their temper tantrums, intervention could be necessary to avoid the possibility of injuries.

Do not spank your child, no matter what they may have done wrong. Spanking in fact has a negative effect on your child. It might cause him or her to fear you and when they get older, they will think that hitting is usually okay. In the long run, spanking can cause children to become violent.

It is important that when dealing with teenagers- college year kids of yours to never have to hear about the money issues that may be happening your (mother and father) lives. If you can’ t support them they will understand and take initiative. Nevertheless , if they are supported by you but nonetheless get complaints about how much they cost to you, this will ruin your romantic relationship with them.

These tips above will help ensure that you raise a successful child. Since the article states, being a great mother or father does not have to be so scary. Even though raising a child will always be scary, applying the above tips will help this encounter not be as terrifying as you thought. Instead, it will be a very rewarding encounter for you.

7 Responses to “The best way to Combat A Child That Will Not Listen”

  • Matthew David:

    A little background on my situation: I am a 23 year old father of 2 boys. I have a 2 year old and a 1 year old. I am newly Married to their mother. I have served in 2006, but was unable to do anything beyond training due to an injury that has now healed and has allowed me to re-enlist. It is now the middle of January. I am leaving the second or third week of March. The question that I have is two fold in nature:

    The first time I enlisted I made the mistake of thinking that being in football shape (I played football from five years old thru college and two years after) was good enough to breeze through basic training, AIT and RIP training. I got through it, but I was ill prepared. How can I used the next 7 weeks optimally to get into the best shape for training as I can?

    Secondly, My sons have a wonderful mother. She is 20 years old but is responsible and mature beyond her years. That being said, we have a very conventional household. I am the voice of authority and she is the comforter, so to speak. I am worried for her with my two year old son. He is a good boy, but he is very much my son. He listens to who he has to listen to, and with a baby that makes it hard for his mother switch gears so fast all the time. Again, he is not a bad kid at all, hes just a two year old boy with a mommy who loves him and he will push her to her limits because she’s very lenient with him. Any advice on how to handle this?
    I didn’t say anything about her not knowing. Anyone else with any other thoughts?

  • Mathew:

    OK! my dad has PTSD because he went to iraq in 2003. and i really havent known him a long time mayb 3 years and im trying to build a relationship with him but he wont communicate with me and he says that i dont understand what happened but i read alot of books and ive seen the most graphic things! but he still dosent seem to want to help me understand and he dsent want to understand me. soo idk what to do about our realtionship i want to have one but its taking a tole on my already stressed life!
    also i think that being around him when he has flash backs and when he it not right has had an affect on me kinda like it was contagious is it something i sould be worryed about? im just not shour what to do about the whole subject! and alot reciently i have craved addrenalen and have searched up war sounds and just listened to them for hours on end! im not sour what to do can anyone help me!

  • zigg3ns:

    I know this is may seem a bit contradictory, but

    I have an in-law I know for a fact that is praying against my marriage and that it does not succeed.
    They were married and cheated on their spouse and married the person they cheated with and they cheated on them during their marriage.

    The in-law claims to be christian for the majority of their life. A person I spoke with who is also a believer said that they believed this to actually be a form of witchcraft (praying against someone)

    I assume because they are praying that my marriage is broken, that leading to a family being split, and a child having two single parents. A family that I prayed to God to put together and live as marriage is a covenant. Why would a christian do this? My spouse said before that the person that coincidentally is praying against the marriage is a selfish person.

    What does scripture say about this and is there a scripture that talks about defending against this act?

    Isaiah 54:17 comes to mind first. Thanks in advance!

  • ScRSC:

    airplane right before they dropped bombs? I am listening to good bye blue sky by pink floyd. That is what made me think about that.

  • ConfusionnaJob:

    how early do the symptoms of pregnancy appear? how r the signs of pregnancy? how much does it cost to give birth to a baby???

  • Travoiz:

    I’ve always wanted to join the Army in a combat related MOS but when i see these pictures of people that have been the victim of IEDs it makes it really skeptical as to whether or not i might end up like that if i joined. So the question here is what combat MOSs have the least likeliness of seeing IEDs or is there no such thing. Thanks

  • Motordom:

    I feel almost like I haven’t slept for weeks, (but I have slept) and the same affect on inhabitions as alcohol (I don’t have many). I don’t drink, and I’ve been sleeping (I have blood sugar issues, and a psyciatric condition) I can’t tell wich of these things is causing it..any ideas?

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