How to Make your Child Obedient


Has your child become too irritating to allow? Then this is a very confusing time for you. Don’t worry as you can take some necessary steps to stop your child disobeying you. To do so, you will have to know well why a child does not obey.

Why this Happens?

The first thing starts from a child’s birth. When a newborn comes to this world, the parents of the child starts doing everything what it wants to do. Gradually, the child grows and sees that its parents are obeying its words. This makes them a master of the house. It starts thinking that it is the only ruler who will only order and the rest of the family member will just obey the orders accordingly. So you have to treat differently after a certain age of your child.

When to Go for Different Approach?

It is said that after reaching 2 years of age, a child starts analyzing things. So it is better not to maintain all the words that your child asks for. Do something and don’t some. This will help grow an understanding in him that you are not bound to do everything for your child. Things should come interchangeably. Suppose that if your child asks for something to you, you should also ask for something to your child.

Never Take it Lightly

Start ordering your child at the early ages and make it do fulfill the order. Don’t let your child get everything without doing anything. By this way, your child will understand that the world is not only for getting things; rather he or she will have to do things for other.

If your child does not obey your words after a certain age, take it seriously. First of all, let your child have the message clearly that it is very bad not to listen to parents. If your child understands initially, then fine, but if it refuses to obey you; then panic a little by mentioning some sorts of punishments that you may impose on him or her. But never go for any serious punishments. Start from scolding.

Sometimes the punishment may be related not to giving some things such as you may tell your child that without obeying older people, you will not take him or her to restaurant or park or whatever he or she likes to do. This might develop a sense of missing something.

Never Mix Your Child with Bad Children

“Bad children” means here those who have become too crazy to obey their parents along with other older people or whose parents are indifferent about their children’s disobedience. Mixing up with these types of children may grow a mentality in your child that this is the usual behavior that the bad children do.

Light of Hope

Never be worried too much about your disobedient child. There are some cases when some children may disobey, but actually they will turn into good ones. So always be calm and treat properly. Don’t put your anxiety or problem on your child.