How to Tackle A Nagging Child?

Nagging can be frustrating and annoying for both parents and the children and it can harm both parties. It is a learned behavior that children of any age can pick up. Parents should handle it with great care otherwise it will remain permanent. Sometimes teachers as well parents become responsible for the niggling nature of the child. It has been seen that sometimes they nag their children and remind them about their duty again and again. Sometimes they bound their children to fulfill an endless list of tasks that seem boring and irrelevant to the kids and can cause kids to ignore parents. Parents' aimless desire from the children also makes them nagging.

Montessori experts say that parents’ continuous complaining and criticizing nature also can make their kids nagging rebellious children. It makes them feel that their parents have no faith in their abilities to complete the task. Continuous parent nagging bound children to stop listening to their parents, teardown the healthy relationship between parents and children, and parents become a moaning model to the kids.

The solution comes from psychologists for grumbling niggling child in a workshop in a primary school of Hacienda Heights CA, where they say that parents should be careful while handling their children so that they do not become complaining kids in the future.

The child psychologist is encouraging parents to include their children as much as possible in the daily work like helping them to prepare their breakfast, in weekly dusting, or in trimming grass in your lawn. This will help them not only to spend extra energy on them but also will enhance self-esteem and self-dignity. When they perform their job praise them. It is better not to criticize them harshly, tell them softly if you want further improvement.

Motivate your child to make their bed and arrange their room of their own. If they have lost anything, tell them to find that thing. Do not order your child; rather request them politely to perform their job. Reward them and praise them when they make their job done. This will encourage them for being good.

Some children have a habit of buying anything they see in the showcase of the shop and demanding toys and other things whenever they accompany their parents to the shopping mall or departmental store. Do not encourage their demanding nature. Never buy products as soon as they demand. Talk with them whether they need it at that moment or it is merely a time pass. Talk about your present financial condition with them so that they may understand that whether they will buy unnecessary products from their parents and will create extra pressure on you.

Spend time with your children as much as possible. Listen to their problem. Try to solve the problem and help them to come out from the insecurity because the continuous feeling of insecurity gives birth to nagging nature.

Do not surrender to their cavil nature, better look for alternative ways to complete the job. Let them understand the consequence of not getting things done.