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Updated: 7/20/2020
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  • Raising your voice will only scare your child and make them feel insecure.
  • DO NOT yell at your children over their mistakes or accidents
  • Yelling, no matter the context, is an expression of anger.Verbal insults can be qualified as emotional abuse with long-term effects, like✓anxiety, ✓low self-esteem, ✓increased aggression Yelling may inevitably make your child more aggressive, physically and verbally. It may even make children more susceptible to bullying since their understanding of healthy boundaries and self-respect are skewed.
  • DO NOT yell at your children over their mistakes or accidents
  • Instead of Yelling, speak calmly and firmly to your child.
  • DO talk to your children
  • Control your own emotions first - if needed, step away to calm yourself down.Explain to your child what they have done wrong to them, calmly but firmly, to correct their wrong behaviours.Talk to your child about your emotions, why you feel angry or disappointed, and encourage your child to do the sameRemember to get down to their eye level rather than speaking to them from high up or far away, as well as acknowledge respectful behaviour and problem solving among themselves.Do not involve threats which make your child insecure.Instead, use Consequences that address a particular behaviour with fair warning (like taking a toy away after explaining that toys are for playing, not for hitting) help children make better choices.
  • DO talk to your children - How to do so
  • Talking to your child calmly instead of yelling would ✓ teach them the idea of respect and boundaries in a relationship,✓ the ability to behave appropriately, ✓ the ability to manage strong emotions ✓ as well as ensures a healthy mental state of your child
  • DO talk to your children
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