15 Tips for First Time Parents to Help with Discipline

15 Tips for First Time Parents to Help with Discipline

“Discipline and teaching children tolerable ways to conduct themselves is, undeniably, one of the trickiest parts of parenting.”

Welcome to the parenting world! Pretty sure, the happiness that you are feeling as parents of a beautiful angel is priceless. Being a parent is a valuable gift, but it also comes with a great deal of responsibilities.

Discipline and teaching children tolerable ways to conduct themselves is, undeniably, one of the trickiest parts of parenting. These days, you’ll find various ideas on how to appropriately discipline children. However, bear in mind that the goal of discipline is to guide your little one through their developmental periods while educating them important behaviors and lessons that will help them grow up into successful adults.

How do you keep your child from heading to the DVD player? How can you get him or her to value your authority?

Here are 15 tips to help you with discipline:

1.Β Tell or show your child how his behavior affects you. This will help him see his feelings in yours.

2. Listen courteously. You can nod as your little one talks, and imitate what you think he is feeling. Doing this will mean a lot, such as helping them cope up with big emotions and tension.

3. Show and teach your kid what she needs to do, instead of telling her what not to do.

4. Positive feedback is crucial. Always give your child a positive feedback when he’s behaving in a manner you like.

5. Keep things positive and simple so he will know what is expected of him. It is advised to implement positive rules as it guides the behavior of a child in a positive manner.

15 thoughts on “15 Tips for First Time Parents to Help with Discipline

  1. I wish I could remember each of these tips after five years from now. I wish to forward this page to my sister who is a young mom of two little angels. Thanks for the great advice.

    1. You’re most welcome, Fahim! Yes, feel free to forward this to your sister. This might help her deal with things as a mom. πŸ™‚

    1. Wow, I feel so privileged that an educator is reading my blog. Thank you so much, Owen! Sure this will help you prepare for your future family life. πŸ™‚

  2. While all the points you have mentioned are very important and relevant, the most important, according to me, is being a good role model. I have noticed this first hand with my daughter. If I tell her to behave a certain way, it only gets reinforced once she sees me behave the same way!

    Great post! πŸ™‚

  3. Beautiful post! I don’t have kids but I look after my nephew 3 days a week and a lot of this resonates with me.
    Kids are the sweetest of humans and I LOVE their brutal honesty. Such a beautiful part of life.

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