kids. Tuesday , February 14th , 2017 - 15:40:26 PM
Lets face it. Information isnt just available to our kids; its injected into them. Bad ideas are pushed down our kids throats by their peers, by some adults, by the media. Its hard for a parent to keep control of their kids when this is happening, and protect them from their own harmful impulses and dangerous outside influences.
Youre not going to be able to eliminate junk food from your childrens diet altogether. The aim is to have them in the habit of reaching for healthy foods because it the normal thing for them to do. If you establish good eating habits for your family you will be well on your way to healthy eating for your kids.One of the most important things that parents can do is help their children get comfortable with the idea of regularly seeing a dentist while still at a young age. A trip to the dentist is something that even many adults are hesitant to do, so it should come as no surprise that children are somewhat uneasy at the idea of someone poking around in their mouths.
I think parents have to deal with lying the way a cop deals with speeding. If you're traveling too fast, he issues you a ticket. He's not interested in a lot of explanations from you. He's just going to give you a consequence. Look at it the same way with your child. He didn't tell the truth, whether the truth was distorted, omitted or withheld. There should simply be consequences for that. The first time you lie, you go to bed an hour early. The second time, you lose your phone. It should be something that the kid feels. You lose your phone for twenty four hours. You lose your phone for two days. You lose computer time or TV time.
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