How To Educate Children To Be Compliant Obedient

Educating a naughty and mischievous child into a dutiful child and according to it is not as easy as turning a palm of a hand.

It takes patience and extra effort and hard work to continue to teach and educate them into someone who is obedient and obedient to all the good commandments given by his parents. Many parents are dizzy in educating naughty and mischievous children, when traveling and bringing their baby to a new place, they will easily travel around and run back and forth and interrupt others and when we are rebuked and admonished they will turn instead crying not accept or even attack us with a punch and so forth.

When this happens, it is not only you who will feel the hassle, but also when the child thrashed in public this will make the mother feel ashamed and difficult to control them so that in the end we are often annoyed and frustrated and the most feared is erroneous by hurt our own children.

If we look at many cases today, in practice there are so many impatient parents facing and controlling naughty children and they tend to resort to violence as a solution to controlling and controlling naughty children. So how is it considered the best solution in dealing with naughty children? Is it working by using the path of violence able to discipline and make a naughty child become obedient and obedient? The answer is of course not.

Disciplining naughty children and getting them to obey all our words can not be done by force. Quite the contrary, this will actually make your child more wild and not afraid of anyone. In this case, parents should be able to apply parenting and how to educate naughty children to be obedient and submissive but not done by violence such as play, poke or threat, because these things will adversely affect the growth of children. Well, here are some ways to discipline a naughty child in order to be obedient and be obedient to his parents.

1. Not Giving Predicate “Bad” In Children

As you often find your child difficult to manage and often fussy when given advice and understanding, then do not rush to give them the predicate of ‘bad boy’, ‘brats’ and so on. Do you know that the naughty predicate you give them will make them not confident with their environment. In addition, the predicate you’ve given to this child will make them just like being given a label that continues to stick in them that makes them feel in vain when they become good kids.

Instead of judging and giving them such a title, it is a good idea to have a child in the wrongdoer approach your child and grasp his shoulders and give them the understanding not to make a mistake because it is a dishonorable act. Do not miss giving your child a look and make them promise not to repeat it.

2. Be a Good Example

When you expect your child to grow up and become a child with modest and good behavior, then correct our attitude first and be a good example for them. The most telling lesson that can be given to a child is not just limited to theory and advice, but also to be accompanied by practice and reality. In addition, children will generally imitate what they have witnessed. If our actions and behavior are not in accordance with prevailing norms then do not be surprised if your child can be very naughty and difficult to manage.

3. Be Gentle

When children make mistakes let alone the act is done in public that make us embarrassed, it seems we want to scold them. However, as a good parent, we should not wreak the anger at the same place let alone many people witnessed. The mistakes your child makes may be the unintentional wrongs they make, so control your anger and ask them why they can do it. After that, just give advice and convey it gently. Your child may feel embarrassed and guilty about the problems he or she makes, so do not make it more bad regret with your insults that will make them more depressed.

4. Set the Rules and Give Firm Sanctions

Another way of dealing with and educating recalcitrant and mischievous children to be someone who is obedient and obedient is by setting rules to limit the behavior of children. In addition, institute strict sanctions for them. But of course not by using violence that will hurt children and make them in danger. Suppose that when you apply the hours of instruction from 7 to 8 hours, while your child is busy playing games on his computer. So give him a sanction like taking his computer and not allowing …