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Do you use ‘no’ too often with your child?

Jasmeet Kaur Deep
1 to 3 years

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Do you use no too often with your child

Do you catch yourself saying ‘no’ to your child more than the number of times you say a yes? If yes, then here is some food for thought. Positive parenting, replete with usage of positive terms and words is likely to result in a positive child. Read this blog to know more.


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Prerna Sagar

| Jun 01, 2017

thanks... I was looking for this kind of suggestions.. very useful for me....

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M s

| Jun 01, 2017

so true we get in a habit of saying NO so often.

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Kirti Manoj Karwatkar

| Apr 26, 2017

thank you. this is very important suggestion.

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Sathiya Kiruba

| Mar 31, 2017

thank u so much ...ds is very useful for me .

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Arti Tiwari Pandey

| Mar 30, 2017

thank you so much

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Pruthvi Chinthan

| Mar 22, 2017

thank u so much for ur valuable feeds

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Jyothi Sekhar

| Mar 22, 2017

Thank you so much

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Kshama Arora

| Mar 21, 2017

very important message,vl surely act accordingly.

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Teena Pious

| Mar 21, 2017

very much informative and thanks

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Swati Sharma

| Mar 21, 2017

very informative ...would definitely try it

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Smita Goyal

| Mar 21, 2017

jijajkkkàuiap .happy

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Ruhul Saad

| Mar 20, 2017

Very constructive, positive and valued.

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Minimol Johny

| Mar 19, 2017

that's correct... positive parenting is a must to build up positivity in child

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Dipu Chudasama

| Mar 18, 2017

nice

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Nafeesa

| Mar 17, 2017

very nice written

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Radhika Kohli Khanna

| Mar 15, 2017

Very well explained thnx alot

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Shilpa N

| Mar 15, 2017

nice n very true. n for my 9 month baby I used to say very good so dat he excited n happy .

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Tanisha Sawant

| Mar 13, 2017

hey.... really nicely explained... tysm

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Shabnam Bano

| Mar 13, 2017

thnku so much such a nice article

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Lipsa Lopamudra Parija

| Mar 13, 2017

really a good article n I am going to use it ....love it

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Ajeet Dey

| Mar 10, 2017

Thanks for making me realize that I too was a NO parent.... but No more...

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Gayatri Das

| Mar 08, 2017

Thanks for sharing.

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Jooly Elias

| Mar 08, 2017

Good points to follow with the toddler. .. even i too sometimes uses this negative word. Thanks for sharing.

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Sorna Priya

| Mar 08, 2017

Really a notable one.. often no makes them feel discomfort in doing things also with ours...

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Soumya R

| Feb 05, 2017

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Smriti Singh

| Jan 12, 2017

hey ..im a mum of 16 months old twins . curious like any other kid their age... n i find myself yelling 'No' 'Dont touch' Dont go there' all day long. my kids hv even started mimicking me. they are too little understand the reasons. m afraid they ll become stubborn as they grow up... hw do i handle them

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Priyanka mansinghka

| Dec 07, 2016

Thanku so mch.. realy workd out.

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Asha Kannan

| Nov 28, 2016

Really good

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Anushia Biswas Saha

| Nov 17, 2016

My child is 1. 5 yrs old. He is very stubborn child. when ever I say no to something he started shouting and throw things here and there. what should I do?He is too small to understand my reasons.

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Urvi Shah

| Nov 07, 2016

Very nice it's so helpful for their development!!!!!!!thnk u

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Anie Mathew

| Nov 05, 2016

very helpfull

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Sasmita Singh

| Oct 20, 2016

thank a lot its such a helpful blog ......we never knew that "NO" word impact in a negative way.. will use this for my lovely daughter

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darshanaraisoni

| Sep 22, 2016

thnk u... very helpful

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Shivani Rawat

| Sep 18, 2016

well I find hard to explain two year old child, why you don't have to do this.. pls give some more information regarding small children.. how to handle notorious one , because it is some time very hard to handle them at this stage...

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Pooja Upadhayay

| Sep 17, 2016

thanks. its really very nice

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Urvi Purohit

| Sep 17, 2016

its really a helpful blog i hv ever read .thanx a lot .i vill try it to my dearest daughter.

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Amlan Tejaswi Padhi

| Sep 16, 2016

thanx jasmeet really a nice blog

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mirna chinnasamy

| Sep 16, 2016

thank u for valuable suggestions

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Madhuri Dhanuka

| Sep 16, 2016

can closely relate it to myself.. thanks for the valuable suggestion... :)

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Prachi G

| Sep 11, 2016

My son 3. 5 yr old now... whenever we go out anywhere he insists to pick him up all the time.... I can't carry him and walk for much longer time now as he is 14 mgs... He knows that I don't carry him... so he insists his father ....and he says no starts crying or sits on roads.... what should I do

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chandrani das

| Sep 01, 2016

Hi This is one of the finest blogs I have read so far. I think you have knocked it with your pointers. I am a mum and i have been using the 'yes' techniques but not consiously! Reading your blog made me realise that this should be blended down in our habbit to make it more regular. Thank you for the gentle tap!

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Sheetal Indise

| Aug 20, 2016

Eye opener... Will definitely follow ur advice.. Thank u dear..

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Megha Upase Wandhe

| Aug 19, 2016

nice

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मनोज भारंबे

| Aug 18, 2016

yah.... you are right. there us never a wrong time to do right things...... if anybody is habitual to say no ....plz.......let start to..... say..... for your better bright

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Uma Kishore

| Aug 18, 2016

very nice

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Poonam

| Aug 18, 2016

very nicely explained...

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Varna Ramesh

| Jul 29, 2016

Y req @www the +l))

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parul

| Jul 29, 2016

nicely explained.. you have me some courage that how can I teach my toddler with different metho. thanks

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Satyapal Dahiwade

| Jul 29, 2016

Nice message

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Shruti Kumar

| Jul 29, 2016

very nice blog.. the second word that my son had learn to speak was"no" ☺☺

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Shubhangi Harkare

| Jul 29, 2016

very good blog

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Rajani Sood

| Jul 26, 2016

this blog contains very good explanation about how to treat babies positively in any situation.

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Bhuvana Patil

| Jul 26, 2016

Very nice information

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Khushboo Nathrani

| Jul 21, 2016

useful information... thanku for d article.

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Saranya D

| Jul 21, 2016

very useful thanku so much

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Aparna Rao

| Jul 20, 2016

Thank you very much . am one of no parent now onwards i will change from no to yes

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Nirekha Byna

| Jul 20, 2016

very nice article, thanks for the information.. it will help me alot on my child growth..

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pushpa mali

| Jul 19, 2016

very helpful ....thanku

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Komal

| Jul 19, 2016

Very nice article

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MrsRupali Ravindra Pashte

| Jul 14, 2016

nice thinking

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SHWETA V

| Jul 10, 2016

Tips from this blog for Positive parenting to my Baby shona !

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Anshu Jain

| Jul 08, 2016

true... thanks for sharing nice thoughts....

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Geetha

| Jul 06, 2016

so helpful.... tk u

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Tejasri

| Jul 04, 2016

nice

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Swati Khanna Dahiya

| Jul 03, 2016

good one.

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Dipti More Mhatre

| Jul 03, 2016

thank u so much its really very helpfull

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Jyoti Chaubal

| Jul 03, 2016

thank you so much... I did this too ...I will change my approach from now on

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Jyotika Jindal

| Jul 02, 2016

thank you so much... even I use no very often

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Charanjit Kaur

| Jul 02, 2016

beautifully written very helpful thanks a lot

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avani panchal

| Jul 02, 2016

thanks its really very nice n very helpfull.....

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shanti bhupathiraju

| Jul 02, 2016

Thank you it's very helpful

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Mahima

| Jun 30, 2016

thank u so much for very important thing ..

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Dhanya Devi

| Jun 29, 2016

Thank you. This will really help my son n me

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Ruchika Jain

| Jun 27, 2016

Interesting n very helpful

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Kalyani Atul

| Jun 23, 2016

Very true n very helpful blog... really thanks

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Swathi Arun

| Jun 21, 2016

my kid is 1. 4yrs old I can't give him reasoning ..how do I avoid using no . when he puts everything in his mouth ?

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Sugandha Ajay B Singh

| Jun 16, 2016

dis helped me a lot

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Elayaraja

| Jun 16, 2016

very excellent write up

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Gurpreet Pall

| Jun 15, 2016

Very helpful

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Shiny Gupta

| Jun 13, 2016

it's actly vry informative blog as well as useful too.. thank alot for sharing..

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Srushti Doodhwala

| Jun 13, 2016

yes it is very helpful

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Shikha

| Jun 11, 2016

very useful for me

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Richa Jain

| Jun 09, 2016

very informative blog... really very helpful

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prathiba ps

| Jun 08, 2016

useful info... my son too says No for everything.. now I understand tat its me who taught him... surely I will change mine n hope he too will change soon.

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Mahek Masand

| Jun 06, 2016

Thank you for sharing this. It is very useful info. As in I m facing the same problem. my son usually says no for each nd every thing I ask him to do. will start frm nw avoid saying no.

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kamalpreet kaur

| Jun 03, 2016

Hiii, its really a useful information. Thanku for sharing ur experience.

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Nimrat Brar

| May 29, 2016

thanks alot fr sharng ds.... really infrmative fr me being mom f naughty toddler,

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Meenu Agrawal

| May 20, 2016

Really it's so true.... we should not use No

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Rinku Oswal

| May 20, 2016

Thnx for sharing will definitely do dat for my daughter

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M Kaur

| May 14, 2016

so true. thank you so much.

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swati shrivastava

| May 12, 2016

I tried for my son.. its really work Thanx a lot for sharing this post..

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Pooja Sharma

| May 10, 2016

Really helpful. Thanks for sharing

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Parveen Dahiya

| May 09, 2016

its realy true.. v should avoid 'no'

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Supriya Hadar

| May 05, 2016

It's good input... And it works also.. Saying OK, Yes or diverting to other stuffs, helps in child's psychological development...... More you interact with your child, more good response you will see. Regards Supriya

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Donald Joshua

| May 04, 2016

i do this all the time and all the tips exactly in the same order, but i get a comment at home saying am spoiling my son by not saying NO

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Pooja Beeharee sinha

| May 02, 2016

Thank you very much for this article.

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Pooja Beeharee sinha

| May 02, 2016

Thank you very for article.

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Laura

| May 01, 2016

@Komal, what are your suggestions then Komal?

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Komal

| Apr 30, 2016

No the suggestions are not good

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Supriya Bose Paul

| Apr 29, 2016

very well said. I want to try this with my son, who always say 'no'

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Sheetal Nayyar

| Apr 29, 2016

Interesting blog... Very well said.. !!

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raj nandani

| Apr 29, 2016

i like this... thnx a lot to u...... and would try to follow completely. my baby is 14mnth old... and i do often say no to him. thnx to u.... i will control myself nd be a positive mother

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Vishali Kalra

| Apr 29, 2016

Very interesting blog....

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Rohini Patil

| Apr 29, 2016

Well said

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Shruti Garg

| Apr 29, 2016

Very well said....

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Canisha Kapoor

| Apr 29, 2016

Quite an interesting blog on positive parenting. A must read for all the moms.

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