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Dr. Marcia Presents How to Take the Stress out of parenting a Challenging child with these 12 tips
- Learning more about your child’s behavior can help you be the best parent you can be.
- Encourage your child to do his/her best by helping him/her to feel good about his/herself. ;All children act out from time to time. This is a normal part of child development.
- Knowing the signs and the causes of the specific behavior and finding help for all disorders and problems is important.
- Communicating with children’s teachers and school counselors is critical to the success of treatment.
- Parents can learn ways to help children manage their behaviors.
- This includes skills for communicating, disciplining and using positive reinforcement. ;Involve in social skills training.
- You can learn how to help children be more tolerant of peers, respect others and control anger towards others.
- Define rules, set limits and be consistent.
- Explain rules and consequences. When your child breaks a rule, explain how it affects you and others.
- Teach your child values.
- Share your values with your child and teach him/her about the importance of taking responsibility for his/her own action.
- Be a good role model ;Show your love
Prevent Child Abuse America www.preventchildabuse.org
The National institute of Child Health and Human Developmentwww.nichd.nih.gov
Childhelp-National Child Abuse Hotlinewww.childhelp.org
U.S. Department of Educationwww.ed.gov
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