It’s always a struggle for all parents to discipline their children. Now when you have teens instead of kids, the difficulty level just goes way up! Curfews help keep track of their day, so they’re home in time. But what do you do if they keep breaking it?…
It is normal for a parent to want their child to have one or more friends. Parents usually do not mind if the friends of their child are not the most popular kids in school. Parents want their children to have several good friends in school. A problem arises if the child becomes friends with kids that the parents do not approve of. Parents would prefer that their child become friends who can be a good influence on their child.…
One of the most common subjects of parent-child relationship strain is the curfew. Aside from the curfew laws imposed by different states, parents establish their own time and rules for curfews at home.
While many teenagers rebel at what they would usually call ‘unfair limitation,’ lots of parents still overlook the causes of such violation and disregard it plainly as they would think that their child is just on the ‘rebellious stage.’…
A speaker on parenting, who is also a famous educator, has recently listed the most frequently asked questions that parents asked him throughout his career as an expert in his field. At the top of the list was what they should do if their child has bad friends. This concern was raised by parents at least twice as many times as the second most frequently asked question on his list.…
Nowadays, parents try to use curfews as a form of instilling discipline onto their children. Luckily, for some households, these curfews can be effortlessly executed. But for others, it can be quite a challenge.
Why Are Curfews Important?
Curfews are the designated time at which children have to be home. They may face repercussions if ever they violate it.
Curfews have existed before as a safety measure for people living in a dangerous area and to avoid violence or unfortunate experiences. Through time, curfews became a parenting strategy to teach kids discipline and responsibility, especially at night.
Some parents find it challenging to make their children follow curfew because of peer pressure or poor time management. Although there are valid reasons that can hold back a child from going home on time, parents cannot help but worry, especially when their children are still out past curfew.
Tips & Tricks To Make Your Children More Prompt
No worries! We …
The adolescent years are probably the most challenging phase in a teenager’s life. It is the time they’ll defy the wishes of authority figures, disrespect other people, and bully their peers. Some might feel anger, while others might be a little bit self-destructive. As a teacher, you have your fair share in dealing with these teenagers. So, what can you do to address their defiance? Here are some tips on how you can handle your rebellious students.
Do not go easy on these people. Once you have established your classroom rules and regulations, make sure to stick to them and enforce various consequences upon violation. You must also not renege about the punishments that you are willing to give them. Once you do, they will call your bluff, and you will most likely lose your authority.
Focus On The Leader
Believe it or not, there are certain cliques present in the four walls of the classroom. Hence, …
Kids nowadays always have the instinct to check their phones minute by minute. They believe that the tweets, DMs, and personal messages they receive are so crucial that replying to them cannot wait until the next morning. As a parent, you might want to incorporate several control apps to help enforce your gadget curfew plan for your children. With these apps, you will be able to track their device usage, limit the time they spend on these gadgets, and block unsafe apps.
FamilyTime is an organized app that allows you to customize your gadget control strategy. This app has many features, such as the following:
- Geofencing where it will send alerts to your mobile phone whenever that particular gadget enters and leaves its control area
- Location tracking to monitor your child’s whereabouts
- Internet filters where you can block or limit the time spent of your child on a specific app
- Call and text monitor where you can check your
Parents have a tendency to side with their children even if they go against the whole world. It is a parental instinct, and we all know that. No parent would want to see people condemning their child.
Aside from the protective instinct, parents would not readily admit that their child is a bully. But let us all think of what our child would become should this behavior continue. Before we think of the possible remedies for this, let us familiarize ourselves with the warning signs that your child is indeed becoming a school bully.
Your Child Is Showing Behavioral Issues At Home
Observe if your child has been questioning your authority lately. He or she could be disregarding parental orders or simple chores around the house. Your kid may be hot-headed and easily frustrated all the time. It is mostly a problem with discipline. Ask yourself if you are becoming a little more lenient when it comes to …
Bullying is a big problem, especially when you’re in school. They might abuse you physically by kicking, hitting, or pushing, or they might target your emotions by teasing, scaring, or calling names. Whatever method they use, there’s a significant possibility they’ll make you feel scared, hurt, or embarrassed. If you’re in this situation, what do you think is the best way to face this challenge? Here’s a therapists’ guide on dealing with your bullies.
Get A Buddy
Debbie Pincus MS LMHC insists that “Bullying is really just another form of abuse: it’s about kids using power to control other kids, sometimes with the intention to cause harm.” If you want to avoid getting bullied, look for a buddy who can accompany you in your free time. He or she can walk with you on the hallways, and they can also be there on the way to school, during breaks, or the times you usually meet your bully.
You can also …
We all know that bullying is a bad thing. It is the act of intentionally hurting someone without a particular reason. The victims suffer not only in physical and emotional aspects but also are at risk with potential mental damage as well. It’s an awful thing that most young adults experience everywhere at school, online, and even at home. That explains the reason why bullies are to be blamed for their victims’ anxiety and depression, isolation, and self-destruction. However, psychology experts believe that bullies are also victims themselves. That their actions also depend on the variety of trauma they experienced once or twice in their lives. …