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Methods to Make Your Child More Disciplined and Mature

BY: Deena David | Category: Others | Submitted: 2010-04-12 08:40:30
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Article Summary: "Children may be disciplined or rude and naughty. As parents, it is your responsibility to make your child more disciplined with various methods. Read on to learn about these methods..."

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Discipline is very important in every child and it should be enforced form a very early age at home if the child is to grow up to be a good child. There are many parents who wait till the child is older to enforce discipline in the child. This can backfire because if the child is old, then the child will not be able to learn discipline very easily. The child should be taught discipline from a very early age onwards.

There are various methods that you can use to make the child to learn discipline. These methods are as follows:

1. Enforce rules and maintain discipline:

The first aspect of learning discipline is by enforcing the rules at home. Each and every home should have rules for the children. This is because only if the child learns to understand the meaning of rules and learns to obey the rules will the child grow up to be a better child. If on the other hand, the child is someone who does not understand the rules at the young age, then he or she never will. So strict enforcement of discipline is needed.

2. Children should know what they can do:

There are many of us who keep telling our children about the things that they cannot do. This is a very negative aspect of disciplining the children. If you would like to discipline your child by making them understand that they should not do a particular activity, then the best method of doing so is to tell the child on what things and activities that the child can do. This is a more positive statement which also gives a lot of freedom to the child. This will ensure that the child is more disciplined in the future. This takes time to take effect, but eventually, it will and your child will know what positive behavior brings good response and will continue doing it.

3. Children should know what trouble they will get into if they break rules:

Children should also know what they will be getting as punishment if they break a rule. The parents should also remember to be consistent in these punishments. If you do not punish the child one time and do so the other, then the child will not associate the punishment with the activity or behavior. This can lead to negative influence on the learning. On the other hand, if the child knows what kind of punishment will be got, then the child will learn the positive behavior.

4. Be loving in your relationship:

As parents, you should also be loving in your relationship. This is a great method of disciplining your child. Even if you are giving a punishment to your child, do not be rough to the child. Instead, be firm and explain the need for the punishment and make the child understand that the punishment is a result of the consequence of the activity of the child and not because you want to enforce it on the child.

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