- Be trustworthy: keep your words, model what you say,
- Less is more: give them less task one by one, not all at a time
- Be precise: Communicate Effectively. Once said Ask them to repeat to you what they heard to verify it’s understood and to ensure all are on the same chapter
- Involve the kids in boundary setting: Ask your child to set the boundary for him. When children share ownership of the rules, they’re more invested.
- Prepare up a contract: Once you boundaries are set, write up a document and ask your child to sign.
- Post the rules: Attach the rules and set boundaries so that your child can see it everywhere and never forgets or has an excuse to say I forgot.
- Recognize appropriate behavior: Recognize your child’s behavior , Appreciate it as many times as possible. It will help the child to associate appreciation for positive thing done by him or her
- Employ “natural consequences” when possible, if he has not followed a rule follow the natural consequences set already
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