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Stay calm: Yelling does not help!

Deepti Thakur
3 to 7 years

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Stay calm Yelling does not help

• Do you often feel that without yelling your child doesn’t listen to you? • Do you feel frustrated and in frustration start shouting at your child so that he or she listens to you? If the answers to these questions are yes, then you must read how one proparent Deepti Thakur ensured that her home becomes a yelling free zone and how she makes her daughter listen to her even when the daughter is in no mood to oblige.


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Nitika Singh

| Jun 30, 2017

thanks a lot i will try my best to follow your precious suggestion no matter how many times i failed.

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Shreya Rajvanshi

| Jun 30, 2017

Thanks for the timely blog Deepti...

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Sana Syed

| Jun 30, 2017

oh God is have written an awesome article I m feeling much better now thanks a ton

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aanal modi

| Jun 30, 2017

thank u for ur timely article .I loose cool often on my daughter then feel bad as she is mischievous and I m exhausted .I feel bad after yelling .thanks again

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Jaishree Iyer

| Jun 30, 2017

Hi Deepthi! I really liked Ur article. it is also my personal experience that yelling is not at all an effective tool especially for girls. as a mother of two daughters I have learned a lot to calm down myself. actually the truth is we yell as we are very tired of doing things and have no rest throughout the day. yelling creates fear initially but later it may not do any good. patience and tolerance is the only key for parenting

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