Often the reason a child engages in troubling behaviors is not complex. There is
a payoff for the child, some reward for the negative behavior.
Oct 15, 2012 ... When kids misbehave, issue one warning by saying, “This is your warning,” in a
calm voice. (Kids benefit from a warning, because it gives them ...
Jul 3, 2012 ... Children do not need to cry, to be hurt, to be shamed, or to shout “uncle” in order
to learn the lesson you are trying to impart. The discipline ...
All too often, the first step a parent takes when children misbehave is to punish
the child. Punishment, however, rarely teaches children what behavior they ...
Mar 27, 2012 ... In our “Learn Simple Ways To Parent Without Anger” Class we opened the floor
to discussing the many challenges that parent's had. We talked ...
Play with your child. Set up playtimes with your child so he can get some of the
attention he's seeking by misbehaving at school; you may also get a better sense
Calling attention to the good behavior of one child may cause a misbehaving
child to take it as a reminder to change his behavior. Care needs to be taken, ...
Child Development Assistant Specialist. Many parents ask, “Why is my child
acting this way?” Children misbehave for many reasons. The information given in
1. Why Do Children Misbehave. Children seek attention. If a child cannot receive
positive attention, he or she will seek negative attention. Often children seek ...
Jan 27, 2010 ... Tantrums, whining, not listening, bedtime battles, power struggles. It's enough to
drive parents crazy. So why do kids really misbehave?