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The 4 Biggest Discipline Mistakes Parents Make Paying Attention to Bad Behavior. Whining, screaming, and obnoxious behaviors can be difficult to ignore. But attending Giving in to Make Bad Behavior Stop. Another big parenting mistake is focusing on the short-term only. Although giving Not.

Avoiding some of the most common discipline mistakes can improve your child’s behavior once and for all. Paying Attention to Bad Behavior. Avoid the common discipline mistakes almost every parent makes. Rob Van Petten/Photodisc/Getty Images.

Whining, screaming, and obnoxious behaviors can be difficult to ignore. Common Mistakes Yell at or belittle your child Discipline while angry Be inconsistent, enforcing only at times Deliver a long, detailed explanation Focus only on what was wrong rather than how to correct the behavior Think of discipline as punishing poor behavior Break the rules you hold your kids. by Dr.

Jane Nelsen Many of the following mistakes are made in the name of love. Too often we think we are helping our children when the long-term results of what we do may be discouraging. Other mistakes are made because we just don’t know what else to do. Thankfully, one of the foundation principles of Positive Discipline is that “Mistakes are Wonderful Opportunities to. Here are some common parenting mistakes in discipline, and some possible solutions: Back Down: If you set rules with your child, make sure that you stick with them.

For instance, if you tell your daughter or son that “bedtime is bedtime,” you must stick with that rule. How to Deal With Bullies: A Guide for Parents Mean kids aren’t just a middle-school problem. The trouble has trickled to the youngest grades. 10 Biggest Discipline Mistakes. If you need to discipline a child, do it in a way that honors their true nature Turn cooperation into a game for a Fun-loving Type 1 child.

Speak gently and reassure a Sensitive Type 2 child. Give that Determined Type 3 child a motivating challenge. Make discipline a private experience for a More Serious Type 4 child. Warren Buffett: This is the No.

1 mistake parents make when teaching kids about money I raised 2 successful CEOs and a doctor—here’s one of the biggest mistakes I see parents making VIDEO 2:00 02:00. What mistakes do parents make? Not giving quality time or expecting children to help. Not doing things as a family, recharging their batteries, or with their partner. Here are seven of the most common mistakes that loving parents make: Over-praising and using positive reinforcement: using phrases such as ‘good boy’ and ‘good girl’ and praising everything children do well to reinforce their good behaviour is a very common trait.

Unfortunately, using such ‘evaluative praise’ and descriptively.

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The most obvious of these would be discipline routines that parents create to dissuade children from ‘acting out’, throwing temper tantrums, and to help them learn the basic rules of the household.

“Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development” by Janette B. Benson
from Encyclopedia of Infant and Early Childhood Development
by Janette B. Benson
Elsevier Science, 2020

The five essential elements of Mindful Discipline—unconditional love, space, mentorship, healthy boundaries, and mis­takes—are most naturally provided when we as parents are in a relaxed, grounded, and centered place.

“Mindful Discipline: A Loving Approach to Setting Limits and Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child” by Shauna Shapiro, Chris White, Christine Carter, Dean Ornish
from Mindful Discipline: A Loving Approach to Setting Limits and Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child
by Shauna Shapiro, Chris White, et. al.
New Harbinger Publications, 2014

These three, although simple and easy to carry out, go far in helping parents avoid those counterproductive negatives like “no,” “don’t,” “can’t,” and “stop.”

“Raising Children Who Think for Themselves” by Elisa Medhus M.D.
from Raising Children Who Think for Themselves
by Elisa Medhus M.D.
Atria Books/Beyond Words, 2011

As many of the problem behaviors occurred when he did not get his way or when there was an unexpected change in routine, helping to make daily routines (e.g., visual schedules, Social Stories) as well as discipline practices consistent across home settings was important to both parents.

“Handbook of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Children on the Autism Spectrum” by Cheryl Bodiford McNeil, Lauren Borduin Quetsch, Cynthia M. Anderson
from Handbook of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy for Children on the Autism Spectrum
by Cheryl Bodiford McNeil, Lauren Borduin Quetsch, Cynthia M. Anderson
Springer International Publishing, 2019

Researchers also assure us that most parents don’t use a single discipline style across the board; they tend to respond differently to different kinds of misbehavior.2 But perhaps the more interesting question is how parents come to decide what constitutes “misbehavior” in the first place.

“Unconditional Parenting: Moving from Rewards and Punishments to Love and Reason” by Alfie Kohn
from Unconditional Parenting: Moving from Rewards and Punishments to Love and Reason
by Alfie Kohn
Atria Books, 2006

(3) Assertive discipline: Parents can use non-coercive and effective discipline practices to promote child pro-sociality and alter problem behaviors.

“Preventing Crime and Violence” by Brent Teasdale, Mindy S. Bradley
from Preventing Crime and Violence
by Brent Teasdale, Mindy S. Bradley
Springer International Publishing, 2016

But even in those first days, it’s important that a parent start building discipline—which includes order, routine, and consistency—into a child’s life.

“Making Children Mind without Losing Yours” by Dr. Kevin Leman
from Making Children Mind without Losing Yours
by Dr. Kevin Leman
Baker Publishing Group, 2017

First, more talk is devoted to eliminating unwanted behaviors than to pro­moting positive values and skills; second, step-by-step plans are pro­vided for parents to implement; and third, copious use is made of punishments (“consequences”) and/or rewards (“positive reinforce­ments”).

“Punished by Rewards: Twenty-fifth Anniversary Edition: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A's, Praise, and Other Bribes” by Alfie Kohn
from Punished by Rewards: Twenty-fifth Anniversary Edition: The Trouble with Gold Stars, Incentive Plans, A’s, Praise, and Other Bribes
by Alfie Kohn
HMH Books, 1999

Parents of dispersers-to-be may find themselves worried about their adolescents’ ability to accomplish a range of seemingly simple adult tasks: waking up on time, cleaning up after themselves, managing money.

“Wildhood: The Astounding Connections between Human and Animal Adolescents” by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, Kathryn Bowers
from Wildhood: The Astounding Connections between Human and Animal Adolescents
by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, Kathryn Bowers
Scribner, 2020

THE TWO BIGGEST DISCIPLINE mistakes that parents and other caretakers make in dealing with young children are (1) too much talking and (2) too much emotion.

“1-2-3 Magic: 3-Step Discipline for Calm, Effective, and Happy Parenting” by Thomas Phelan
from 1-2-3 Magic: 3-Step Discipline for Calm, Effective, and Happy Parenting
by Thomas Phelan
Sourcebooks, 2016

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  • Well when I was a kid, my parents were a nightmare. Smoking, bad habits and behaviour made me uncomfortable I thought in my head I will hit them in the face. My parents died while I was 4 and now in 2020 I’m 29 so I was free when they died, but I had to hang out with a nanny until I was 18. Computers existed when I was 18, but that nanny wouldn’t let me and I had to attend a school that was pen-and-paper only, even a college that required pen and paper. I’m so happy I’m on my own now and my parents are long gone.

    And that proves I am a fake Project Zorgo account.

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  • Me(before vid): My parents don’t make mistakes! Let’s see what other parents do.
    Me(After vid): My parents are doing almost everything wrong.

  • When I tell my mother something
    ….. Mom I think that you don’t love me, you just love my lil bro… You give him whatever he asks and you always tell my mistake or embarrassing moments in front of everyone

    She says cuz your brotheris smaller he needs more attention and love than yours you get it when you were small

    Me: so you mean grown ups don’t need attention and love, or they don’t feel anything when you tell their embarrassing moments in front of everyone

    Mom: ok do what ever you want, ( starts crying ) she thinks I am evil

    Me: that s the reason everyone why I don’t like to share everything withy mom

  • Parents are always thinking they are right and it just bugs me…everytime I try talking to my mom, she’s either watching TV or saying she is busy when she isn’t even doing anything…I’m the youngest in my family and I feel like that’s what affects mine and my moms relationship.Everytime my older siblings wanna talk or do something she listens.I just feel it’s unfair.When I pass my test my mom says, “good, but I expected full marks”.That’s when I get upset.I have been wanting something for 3 years and later on my sister wanted the same.A day later my mom got it for my sister even though I have been wanting it for 3 years!My mum says I never admit I’m wrong but actually it’s her…

  • I cried watching this because this hit the spot. Asian parents will never understand. Edit: It is their ignorance and refusal to understand.

  • Hmmm… My mom (Asian tiger mom) forced me to play the violin when I was a kid, I hated it.

    However, I realized learning music and music theory has a lot of benefits. It allowed me to recognize patterns and gave me a high cognitive ability to excel in my studies.

    I currently run my own 8 figure business, and I dont think i could have done it without my mom’s nagging.

    Theres a reason why there are a lot of Asian kids excelling in US. I dont agree with every single point made in this video.

  • The sad thing is that even if I show this to my mom she would either brush it off or call me “disrespectful”, “ungrateful” or both.

  • My mum says she’s always correct,even to other family members,and I think this isn’t right,but if I tell her,she’s gonna beat me and shout,so I stay out…what should I do?

  • I have above average classes in every subject and every time I tell someone that I need to go to normal because it’s getting to hard and difficult for me to keep up and im sacraficing way too much just to keep up a B and A. My mom says “Your doing fine your just being a crybaby and not trying enough” but that’s the thing I’m trying way to hard then I should if I was really on the level to keep up and understand it that fast I wouldn’t have to skip lunch,I wouldn’t have to get 2-4 hours of sleep on my desk.

    Quarintine has given me a bit of time but online classes are due so close and on the same due dates

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  • This has made me regret and feel bad about the mistakes I encountered in my parenting styles. Thanks for this amazing information ��.Been so touched

  • So we were talking about what i want to take in the future i said “Computer science” Cuz that is my interest but my parents said that it was “boring” and said “Why not be a pilot or a doctor its more interesting”
    Like just support me you said you are gonna support me to my interest

  • I don’t feel comfortable asking for something because I feel like I would get shouted at and they make me feel guilty because we don’t have ally of money (we do have enough we aren’t poor but it’s strict) and my friends ask why I don’t bring money or simple things to school and I don’t feel comfortable telling them that I’m scared to ask my parents

  • A lack of attention? Dude i dont even wanna be noticed, yet they just wont let me just rest without them telling me this and that ;-;

  • Not all the time parents know the best but they know what you need when i needed space they never gave it to me because they say i can’t communicate and i am being rude to my grandparents when i didn’t say them hi

  • I really love my parents. They actually don’t force me into anything but I still want them to see this.
    I don’t like when they compare me with someone.

  • If I do any single MISTAKE my parents tells me that they will send me hostel IS THIS CORRECT SENDING THEIR CHILDREN FOR ONE MISTAKE!!!???

  • I never let my daughter win when we played games. If she wanted to win, she would have to earn it. Meanest games of Go Fish in Florida. Flip side is that I never gloated when I won and always congratulated her when she won. The girl took three years to beat me in Chess, but when she did she was rightfully proud of herself and was a gracious winner. She earned it.

  • My mom always gets angry on me because I’m always angry at my brother. What they don’t know is I’m slowly adopting their attitude towards me