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Being Patient with Children

 April 14, 2021

Parenting is a difficult task. It is a new world for surprises and new challenges coming your way every single day. In such a scenario, it is essential to be patient with your child. Losing control and giving in to the frustration will only make things worse.
Let's take a sneak peek into a few positive approaches and practices that can help you be patient as a parent.


Ask yourself the question, why?:

When your child behaves a certain way, multiple factors can be the reason behind such behaviour. There must be something or some activity that is triggering that response from a child.Wh\ith the limited sense of analysis and judgement, the child reacts to situations without a complete, mature understanding. The responses from a child are to be analyzed and worked upon. Take a note of patterns and try to discover the factor triggering such responses.




Accept the fact that things will take time.

The most important thing for a parent is to understand that they are dealing with a child with limited thinking capacity and adapting capabilities at the end of the day. Please don't get irritated when your child is taking time to learn something new or recovering from a bad habit they have developed. Maturity for a child will come with time, but you being a parent, should use your's and give the child the time they need.



Please don't take it out on children.

Having a tough day at work might disrupt your mental state. This can affect your time with your child. Spend time with your child and keep the frustration from work restricted to the workplace itself. Bringing it home might result in an outburst over something so naive to react to disturbance of peace at home.




Please don't take it out on children.

Having a tough day at work might disrupt your mental state. This can affect your time with your child. Spend time with your child and keep the frustration from work restricted to the workplace itself. Bringing it home might result in an outburst over something so naive to react to disturbance of peace at home.


I can coach you to make the unpleasant experience to lose their power over you and help you being effective to move ahead.