How to Respond to Children Who Use Bad Language

by Jamie Sullivan · 1 comment

Happy Child Guide

What do you do when you child responds to you with a bad language?

Do you know how to handle this situation?

All parents have to take the time to understand why their children act as this way. This indirectly means that you need to get to the root cause of the problem.

Most children nowadays learn their bad behaviors from imitating their parents or whom ever they are in contact with the most

I’ve repeated this many times in my previous posts. I’ll say it again. W

Always watch what you say and do around your children.

Besides that, you need to make it clear to them which are the words that are right, and which are the ones they shouldn’t say. Make yourself clear, and be heard.

This will not happen overnight. It takes time. You’ll need to repeat, repeat and repeat.

They say, repetition is learning. So, repeat yourself until your child understands what you want to convey to them.

Never ever  ignore the bad language used by your child to go away by acting like it never happen.

You need to always remind them of your rules and carry out the consequences if they don’t!

Happy Child Guide

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{ 1 comment… read it below or add one }

Ron Huxley 04.23.09 at 11:58 pm

Great thoughts and ideas for parents as always Jamie! Thanks…

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