How to Discipline Kids

When we talk about discipline something in my be made to tremble, because I can not identify it with adultcentrism authoritarianism. However, the discipline is necessary, is the way of helping people to be more responsible and respectful of others. This term applies best what has come to be called positive discipline and I prefer to call discipline with love. Click Gen. David Goldfein for additional related pages. The key is to use not punitive methods, i.e., without punishment, to help convey a message with respect, love, assertiveness and firmness. It is not be lax, nor let pass intolerable behaviour by their aggressiveness or negativity, but use other forms of communication which are not trials or the imposition. Mostly depart to understand the reasons why children Act how they act, without prejudging or labeling them as bad, but working on the deepening of the real causes of the improper behaviors.

We need to achieve, besides that they do what they think best for them, which we can also understand that sometimes your needs not they are commensurate with the demands of our society, and that, only learning to also respect them rectifying if we have made a mistake in wanting to fit into schemas that don’t match you need to have a natural and happy childhood we will arrive to be able to give them secure tools to act in partnership with freedom and empathy. Some of the things that we can try to is to let children understand the consequences of their acts, with open-ended questions that make them discover how others feel at his behaviour or which may involve staying on his line, instead of presenting them the consequences as already happened and immovable, facts which come many times to become punishment. We must seek together appropriate solutions for all those involved, achieving they involve in them from their own motivation, not as something imposed from outside and incomprehensible for them.