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What have you found to be the best disclipine for your child?

  1. momster profile image60
    momsterposted 6 years ago

    What have you found to be the best disclipine for your child?

    There is many ways to discpline a child. Standing in a corner, sitting on a chair, chores, spankins, grounding, lectures. What do you fell works for your children?

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    kelleywardposted 6 years ago

    The one time rule in our house. In other words you get one time to correct the behavior get dressed etc. and if that doesn't work then time out. Consistency is key in keeping our family working together as a team.

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    lscheeleposted 6 years ago

    Most kids today have tv's, computers and games that they play with everyday. I found that taking these things away are the best discipline but always remember to go over what they did wrong before they get them back.

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    Beachlifeposted 6 years ago

    I tend to take away the item that my kids are most attached to at the time, like my daughter is never without her cell so every offense i take it away for her age since she is 16 1/2 i take the cell away for 16 1/2 minutes for every offense( which is a lifetime for her,lol)  then we talk about her behavior. last weekend she lost it for over 60 minutes cuz once i took it she kept mouthing off and the time kept adding up! my son is much younger and gets a time out for his age.  he took off outside the other nite and he got a time out for 9 minutes for forgetting to tell me that he was heading out after dinner, we talked and then off he went. kids need to be punished right when stuff happens not hours later.

  5. Sun-Deep BhaGat profile image59
    Sun-Deep BhaGatposted 6 years ago

    i beleive that the first thing to focus is parents should give enough time to their children until they grow up.. and then they can be disciplined

  6. Dawn Purcell profile image55
    Dawn Purcellposted 6 years ago

    As a Grandma bringing up my two Grandaughters and teenagers at that! I have been faced with challenges that would have drove the patients of a saint. Don't let this remark shadow how discipline needs to be applied. For me personally being consistant is important ,there is no room for a discusion on the punishment given, if they want to challange this then they  realise that another punishment will be set.I also know it's so important they understand why they are being punished,explaining helps as it builds  good relationships between parent and child. Tell them you love them every single day, hugs and love are the key, listening another good tool just takes practice. Spankins are never a positive way of correcting bad behaviour. I use the sandwhich method which is starting positive, i e thank you for making me that coffee, then the negative which is saying but next time you make one would you please clean up the mess. Thirdly end on a positive  and this could be by saying , i really enjoyed that coffee it was tasty.I'm not saying i am right,  just sharing some of my experiences and what works for me.

 
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