1/17/09

Get Relationship With Your Child With 6 Ways

. 1/17/09

As parents, we are always looking for a better way for our children. We can be consumed, with a planned method usually contains a set of rules to be followed. These rules are clear for our children and we expect it to be followed. Indeed, it was the way we were raised, and you followed them to a tee, right?

Each household is some guidance when it comes to the education of their children. It is also important that every parent the best relationship possible by adopting these rules. Achieving this goal begins at an early age. If you happen to miss that stage, it's not too late.

Maybe you were raised in a different environment and have a history of treatment with little understanding. Changes in our society. The ability to adapt to these changes and compromise with your child must be in a good relationship. Here are six steps to a better relationship with your child.

Step 1: Put yourself in your child shoes. Try to guess what they think or experienced. You need an unbiased approach to deal with any questions your child may face. Never forget that you once their age! Try to remember how the times are. Recall feelings and thoughts that are related to your child today. Above all, place your child's needs and feelings above yours. This includes anger and frustration.

Take a new approach. Start by making sure that you are calm enough to communicate with your child. Subsequently, in a casual way. You could say, "I'm really trying to understand you more and I could use your help. Can I talk to you about how I feel about it?"

Step 2: Keep an open mind about all the answers you get. If their thoughts do not connect with yours, do not feel incompetent. And not vomiting. It is easier to express your anger or it is facing a problem that you might not understand. Again, remember that times have changed. Communicating with your child is the key to a better relationship. You must stay calm and give yourself some time to react. Re think the problem by combining with your mind and theirs. Make sure you have enough time for the correct answer to be adsorbed in your mind.

You can only make your child take the time to do this. This means strengthening of back and assess how your child feels about a particular issue or problem. This is your chance to give them a better direction by passing your thoughts on the issue. Do not let your ideals and traditions in the way. How can you integrate those feelings in a better understanding?

Step 3: Let the whole issue before slowly sink into action. When should you make a comment that you are not in accordance with Tell your child that you will have to think about first. Think, think, think before you react.

You want your wisdom that you experience. Can you do that in a way that can not turn them off? You know how much you hated hearing "when I was your age! Children still hate to hear. Consider phrasing in, "When I was faced with that problem, I remember how it was. Here is what I learned from my experience ...." Your knowledge is very important to develop a good relationship. It is also a very healthy part of their development. The message can not be at this place and time, however, it will at some point and time.

Step 4: The best way to get your child to vote for them in a lecture. Remember that one? Phase your thoughts. You may need to advise you a little at a time. You will be able to tell if your child is aware of that as tuning into your conversations. Either to another topic or save for another time. If the problem needs immediate explanation, you might want to say something. "I can lose interest here. Can I have your response now?" Break the call and then you get their attention again. Know your child's interest is waning, keep the comments short and to the point.

It is important to more positive than negative. There is a 5-1 rule on this point. Five positives for each negative. Even negative responses should be formulated in a tactful and useful way. Despite all the positive comments you make, the negative seem to love the most. Sometimes they have a past life. Be careful what you say. Go back to Step 4. Think before you speak. Especially when you go to an assumption.

Step 5: If you have a good, stable and fixed communication, keep. The whole idea of this article is to give you a level of communication that your child respects you enough to listen. You lose that communication as they begin to argue or get angry with you and you do the same back. Yes, it's easier said than done. However, this is the most crucial point in any relationship. It's something you have to work on. Maybe one step at a time.

Step 6: One of the most important issues we face as parents is to get the message across on education. It was good that we all loved school so much, right? Remembering how your child may feel about school, work with your teacher more than your student. If you know what to do at school and school work, it is a lot easier for the facts and let them know that their contracts. The thing parents face their children to a student, the number one relationship destroyer.

If you have a hard time helping your student with school work, use of a mentor. You can also search for a good line. There are programs on the Internet that teachers who will help your child on the line, at home. This is a safe and convenient way to link a huge problem, so you can concentrate on the task of creating a better relationship.

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