4 Things to Pay Attention to When Dealing with Your Child

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4 Things to Pay Attention to When Dealing with Your Child
Image Dealing With Your Child Jason Jackson

Being a parent is a full time job and no matter how many children you have, things don’t become easier as time goes by. Each child has his own personality and even if you have five children, there won’t be two alike.

Because of this, it’s important to make sure you understand what your child goes through and how he or she eempathize-with-your-childxpresses the emotion, no matter how small the child is. Ever since they are little, they learn that the parents are the ones who offer them everything and because they can use emotional blackmail even better than an adult, they get it very quickly that they can obtain anything
that they want through crying or yelling.

Unfortunately, these are the results of being spoiled by their parents and closest members of the family, so it’s important to avoid some mistakes in treating with your child. Here’s what you need to pay attention to when dealing with your child.


Don’t Yell

As you certainly know, the child will reproduce what he or she sees inside the family environment, so it’s very important not to yell or scream at your child no matter how upset you are. If the child is very small, you need to talk calmly without raising the voice, otherwise the child will become even more irritated. If he or she can understand you, you need to use the same calm voice – not only will this get the child to calm down in the end, but it will also help him or her learn that this is how it’s done.


No Physical Punishment

Some parents consider that it’s OK to punish a child by beating him or her or by applying a physical punishment. The truth is that – just as the other presented thing – this is simply not done. Not only will the child understand that it’s OK to beat someone smaller than you but he or she will adopt the same behavior later in life.


No Skipping Meals

When the child is a baby, it’s easy to keep a stricter schedule for eating and sleeping, but when the child becomes a toddler or older, you can risk losing the control that you have. A meal schedule should be respected no matter how small the child is – not only will this help him or her grow, but it will also help with being healthy and having a nice physical development.

Too much food can lead to obesity, while too little food can lead to severe health problems. That’s one of the reasons why – when you’re not sure what you need to feed your child – you need to talk to the pediatrician that has the child in medical care or the one who has supervised the evolution.

Apart from no skipping the meals, you also need to avoid to feed him or her unhealthy food or fast food – it’s a bad habit even for an adult, so you won’t make any mistakes with feeding your child with healthy food like home cooked meals based on freDealing-with-your-childsh ingredients and vegetables.


Dealing with Tantrums

A tantrum is like an explosion of emotion for your child – he can’t control the emotion and it’s the only way he or she knows to get your attention. The best thing to do when this happens is to not be engaged in it. This means that you will have to ignore this burst no matter how difficult it may seem – and for small children this also means that you don’t have to go there and pick him up or cuddle him. Usually, the tantrum happens because the child doesn’t get his way – he is refused something or he is made to do something. Offering him what he wants will only teach him that the next time he has a similar behavior ( a tantrum), he’ll instantly get what he wants.