Start Changing Kids Behavior Now

When thinking of inappropriate behaviors that their kids display, sometimes parents simply get overwhelmed. They’re not sure when minor attitude problems turned into major temper tantrums.

Something they thought they could handle or overlook suddenly turns into something much bigger, something unacceptable. If they’ve let it go on too long, they have no idea where to start to eliminate these bad behaviors.

Giving up home and doing nothing is not an option. The problems will not resolve themselves. In fact, they are almost guaranteed to get worse.

Luckily, parents don’t have to ifgure it out on their own. There are tried and true methods to bring about the behavior results they want.

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Kids Name Calling Children Teasing

Any time someone writes about childhood there is bound to be some discussion about the phrase “Kids can be so cruel.” Of course this is often followed by some variation of advising parents to repeat to their children the childhood rhyme, “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.”

This is really all about kids calling each other names or kids labeling each other with real or perceived pejoratives. These put-downs can be in reference to any attribute of the child including ethnicity, speech patterns, appearance, socio-economic background, and behaviors. Unfortunately, the scope of the name-calling is limited only by the imagination of the tormentor.

Parents often tell kids to simply ignore it when other kids make fun of them. Really, is “ignoring it” actually an adequate response? Even if kids take no outward action, aren’t there still consequences to the fact that they have been labeled by their peers in one war or another? It must have some effect on kids psyches.

Read more here about the effects of kids calling each other names.

Back To School Behavior Routines

Every year as September approaches, parents promise themselves that “This year will be different.” Come to think of it, this is the same thing that parents do as the New Year approaches, but that’s another entry.

What should parents do when they realize that the school year is underway and their hopes and for an improvement in their child’s behavior and routines has not indeed materialized? They need to seek out ideas and make plans for immediate and permanent changes. They shouldn’t be discouraged that or think they’ve failed to make this school year better than the last simply because some time has gone by without the desired results. Usually, this is due to the lack of a solid plan to bring about the improvements.

Here is a lengthy article with a lot of good ideas including nine specific things you can do to help your children get in the back to school routine: 9 Ideas For Back To School Sucess