Whether your child is throwing tantrums, whining, fighting, or just plain nay-saying, here are a few solution to discipline issues.

Your child, like the majority of children, has likely honed her behavior based on what has previously worked for her. A whining voice and a splash of dramatic flair may be her way of pinpointing your weaknesses.

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Many children resort to this tactic to get their way (depending on their age, language skills, and disposition, other techniques your child could embrace include tantrum-throwing, obstinateness, and constant arguing).

Things may and will change, and you’ll face a new obstacle just when you think you’ve got a handle on your kid’s M.O. of manipulation.

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The most prevalent issue habits don’t imply you’re doomed for the long haul when it comes to the most pervasive issue habits. Consistency is crucial in addressing your child’s current style, whatever it may be.


He grabs your iPhone and refuses to give it back. Unless he returns the device, you tell him it will break if he does not. That isn’t going to work. When you try to assert your control over your children, they often don’t take you seriously, and they start laughing and seeming surprised.

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The combination of loving acknowledgment and firm boundaries is the key to healthy cooperation. To get into his right emotional brain, repeat four or five times some honest declaration that echoes a few of his feelings. ‘Toddler-ese’ is a term I use to describe a simple, emotional language.

Because the brain’s ability to understand sophisticated language and be reasonable is shut down when they are annoyed, unhappy, or disturbed, the suggestion works even for older kids (and most adults).

Terrifying Tantrums

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During a tantrum, your child embodies frustration: In an unrecognizable howl, he throws himself on the ground, kicks his feet, and pounds his fists.

Tantrums are an unavoidable aspect of growing up with a child. To reduce the number of times this happens, avoid giving in to their demands. If you give in to your child’s requests on occasion, he will learn that the more he asks, the more he will get.

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Try this method the next time your child is sobbing and writhing around on the floor: After stating your position a few times, disregard the person’s actions. It’s easier said than done, but most temper tantrums last no longer than five minutes, so it’s not impossible. 

Make sure your child isn’t in the vicinity whenever you’re out in public. You and your child will both be able to breathe a sigh of relief.

Saying “No” incessantly

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Make your demands as flexible as possible so that your child has a range of options, even if they aren’t genuine. What do you want her to do? What do you think? “You can choose between your blue and brown shoes. Decide one of the two you want to wear.”

After dinner, you can tell your child, “Candy is a treat, but you can have a carrot or cheese stick now,” instead of saying “no,” because you don’t want her to overeat. Even if the options are restricted, allowing her to select a snack gives her a sense of empowerment. Now that’s one solution to one of the most common discipline issues.

Whining of the Worst Sort

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Kids that speak with a nasal voice, lengthen their vowels and use dramatic gestures to make their point are likely to be among the most irritating of all children.

I see you are truly distressed right now,’ say to your youngster as you hug them. This may appear to be praising the behavior, but it’s the opposite. 

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When children believe they are being heard, they are more inclined to follow your instructions. As soon as he has calmed down, say in an even tone: “I want you to talk to me in a regular voice. When you moan, I’m at a loss as to what you’re trying to convey.”

If your child doesn’t respond, tell them, “Come find me when you are ready,” and walk away. Then make sure you don’t give in.

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It’s not good to use intermittent reinforcement, which involves caving in on occasion. The only thing your child will learn from this is that you’ll snap if he whines for too long.

You can start applying one or two of these useful solution to discipline issues right away.