Being a parent is never that easy. Some child has a natural importunate behavior which has normally pass through its childhood that will test your patience and understanding. Some parents punish their child when they commit a mistake, but it’s not the right way in disciplining a child. Instead of punishment talk to them calmly and explain the wrong things that they do and tell them not to do that again.
The way people come up to the mistake is how they learn and conquer those mistakes. Parents should be aware of the words that come out to their mouth when they’re mad at their children. The way of how you Discipline your child has a big contribution to their growth and what will they become when they grow up.
But how will you discipline them without hurting their feelings? We listed below some of the phrases that you have to avoid when disciplining your child.
PHRASES THAT YOU HAVE TO AVOID WHEN YOU DISCIPLINE YOUR CHILD
“Stop Crying Right Now”
Crying is the way of a child to express their feelings. Thus, stop them from crying may keep their emotions. A Child cries when they did something wrong and they know they will be punished or they want something but they can’t get. Instead of stopping them from crying hug them and explain that it is wrong.
For a child maybe it’s the worst word they can ever hear. Saying those words to your child may result in a lack of self-confidence to them. Those words will make them believe that they have nothing. Instead of making them feel down with those words, encourage them to do better next time.
“I’m Upset With You”
Those words are sometimes said when you expect something to your child and they don’t reach your expectation. Instead of disappointment help your child to reach their goal. Lead them back when they do a mistake.
“You’re Not Enough”
When you said those words to your child they may feel they’re not enough to do what they want to do or what they want to be. Encourage your child to be a better one.
“Big Girls/Boys do not get Afraid”
Fear is a normal feeling, thus you don’t have to force your child not to be scared of something. Instead, encourage them to face their fear and learn from it.