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6 Ways to discipline your child!

Ridhi Doomra
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6 Ways to discipline your child

When it comes to discipline, your child will try every trick known to her just to test your limit. And bless you mom for being so patient because when it comes to disciplining your child there is no quick solution or some magic pill. Disciplining your child is not an easy task but you as a parent have to do it. Don’t you? But how do you begin? Our proparent blogger Ridhi Doomra shares 6 tips to discipline your child.


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Dnyanesh Patil

| Jul 18, 2017

Too much good information. Thanks for sharing.

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Dimple Arora

| Jul 18, 2017

Thanx a lot 4 d valuable advice. Looking forward some more like these.

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Chanda

| Jul 18, 2017

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Priya Srivastava

| Jul 18, 2017

nice advice

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Swathi Bethany

| Jul 18, 2017

Ma paapa joshitha 6years concentration peragataniki em cheyali

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Chhavi Likhyani

| Jul 18, 2017

very very nice.... will try to stick to them

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Sweety Gupta

| Jul 18, 2017

Thank u so much... really needed guidance on this topic at this stage.

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swati sharma

| Jun 15, 2017

thanku so much.. really nice blog.

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Puneet

| Jun 12, 2017

i like the article bt u know when living in joint family all dnt follow the rules n then child do the same.. evn when u try to convince them.. this thing really creats frustration.

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Trinayani Puvvala

| May 27, 2017

ridhi as u said family must obey rules first... my husband dnt follow our principles in home.... he eat lot snaks b4 lunch too much tv and my mum n me do it with limit what to do there is chance my son may follow his dad....... pls suggest

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Trinayani Puvvala

| May 27, 2017

ridhi as u said family must obey rules first... my husband dnt follow our principles in home.... he eat lot snaks b4 lunch too much tv and my mum n me do it with limit what to do there is chance my son may follow his dad....... pls suggest

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Trinayani Puvvala

| May 27, 2017

emotional bank account is great idea ya as you said it should b more r else they may nt follow rules

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puloma pandey

| May 27, 2017

The last one is really very important point.. thnx for such nice blog.

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Shravani Keerthi

| May 22, 2017

Thanks for such a good article

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Rekha Kasireddy

| May 22, 2017

it's really good information ,but before that as a parent s we shouldn't show our angriness on them and we should be more patience .

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Ranjitha Singh

| May 18, 2017

Before disciplining children... I think parents should learn how to be patient.... any tips for parents here? By the way, your information is very useful...

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Chandana

| May 18, 2017

very good article truly acceptable

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Van You

| May 17, 2017

This is a very comprehensive article. Thanks

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Pranshu Arora

| May 17, 2017

Very good article for parents I want to add Children learn what we do, so first we should learn and follow discipline.

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Srimathi

| May 17, 2017

really nice tips

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mrunalini swain

| Apr 27, 2017

Nice tips thank you

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pritee gandhi

| Apr 25, 2017

nice tips& are helpful

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Garima Gupta

| Apr 17, 2017

really helpful tips...

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Meenal Gupta

| Apr 10, 2017

Thank you. really good article

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Lincy Shaji

| Mar 11, 2017

good information

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Pavithra Gnanavel

| Mar 10, 2017

good one.. thank you for the useful tips on disciplining children

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Bindu Srinivas

| Mar 09, 2017

emotional bank account concept is good I will try it.. thanks a lot for the information.

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suman sharma

| Mar 08, 2017

thank you so much it's really good article

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Rekha T P

| Mar 08, 2017

very good article.

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Bhavna Bhansali

| Mar 07, 2017

awesome... very useful

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Reyhana Jahan

| Mar 07, 2017

thanxs very much this is what we need in our daily life.

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Karthikeyan

| Mar 05, 2017

thank u for your suggestions

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Bharati Singha

| Mar 04, 2017

I love it

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Radhika

| Mar 02, 2017

thank u fr this blog ..wil b helpful to me also

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Rupa Sarolkar Mandhare

| Feb 24, 2017

very nice article

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Anita Deb Bhattacharjee

| Feb 21, 2017

thanks alot... l will definitely follow this,,,thanks for this precious messages onceagain

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Hemadri Saxena

| Feb 01, 2017

nice article.. I really like the deposit and withdrawal part.. it make sense

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Namita Jakati

| Jan 18, 2017

To, Derryl Gonsalves, I want to add a word to the problem you are facing with your daughter. Try these, to put back toys after playing, instead of ordering her, say, let's put back toys together.. It might work. Instead of saying not to watch you tube, set a password lock to your mobile and tell her, let's play some indoor games like chess, carrots, whichever is interesting as per her age. Instead of threatening to put in boarding school, tel her, if you do a particular work, I vl try to come from office soon, let's go for a walk, or let's indulge in some craft making. The condition you put to your child, must be positive. It should not take your kid away from you, or it should not make your kid hate you.

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Darryl Gonsalves

| Jan 13, 2017

A nice blog. However, my daughter rebels even after I have reasoned with her to put back her toys after she has finished playing with them or not to watch YouTube on her mom's cell phone. I have tried raising my voice, hitting her and now I am threatening her to send her to a boarding school which works but I am not happy with this technique. I don't think this is a proper technique and need help! My daughter needs to understand my point of view which I guess I am unable to put forward in a way she understands and comprehend.

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Amit K

| Jan 04, 2017

Very Nice Blog. Kudos! Point No. 1. "Bond with your child" and make more 'deposits' in the 'Emotional Bank Account', is a Great reminder for Fathers especially . Being a father we relatively spend less time with children and somehow end up having to play the part of 'Rules Enforcer' and thus make more 'withdrawals' from the 'Emotional Bank Account'. Thanks for this Huge Takeaway from your blog post

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Jayashree R

| Dec 31, 2016

my Son doesnt este vegetales. how to make him eat

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Krishnabiradar

| Dec 31, 2016

very nice and beneficial information !

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kavitha

| Dec 29, 2016

Very useful information..... We are also doing like this......

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Shruti Patil

| Dec 29, 2016

really it's useful..

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Shweta Jharia

| Dec 29, 2016

this is very useful..

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Swetha

| Dec 29, 2016

each pount is clearly explained... tq

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Manjari Shukla

| Dec 29, 2016

Very important points... everyone must follow

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Tanu Kandari

| Dec 28, 2016

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krati sinha

| Dec 28, 2016

thanks for this blog.... its really useful

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Megha Kir

| Dec 28, 2016

Good one!

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Archanachelian

| Dec 28, 2016

nice information

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Ashwini

| Dec 28, 2016

nice blog ... very true on these points ....

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Nita

| Dec 28, 2016

I like and corelate to #5

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Tejal Singh

| Dec 28, 2016

Wonderful blog.

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Shreya Rajvanshi

| Dec 28, 2016

Interesting and practical techniques to discipline your child.

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