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Monday, October 6, 2008

CORRECT YOUR CHILD’S BEHAVIOR WITHOUT CRITICIZING YOUR CHILD

If you tell your child that he is doing something wrong, be patient and explain to him how he should accomplish the task correctly. Don’t continue to make comments to your child like the following: “You never can do anything right.” “You know better than that.” “Aren’t you ever going to learn anything?”

These statements simply make a child feel inferior. Repeated often enough he may begin to believe he is a failure. Make as many positive comments to your child as you can. Build him up; don’t tear him down.

During the early years, children believe everything their parents say. Therefore, what parents say to their children can effect their sense of their own worth.

1 comment:

Raja Faziliaton said...

Agreed. Thanks, teacher.

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