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What happens when you surrender?

Chaitanya Bansal
1 to 3 years

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What happens when you surrender

Children are innocent. But they are also clever in getting what they want. They always find ways to get their parents to agree to their wishes. In some cases, when the child’s wish is not fulfilled, he pesters.


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Poonam Josan

| May 10, 2017

that's true.. bt my child is 1. 11 , if we don't fulfill his demand he starts screaming... and sometimes hurts himself... or throw away things... plz suggest what to do in that case

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Prachi Adlakha

| May 10, 2017

Rightly said patience is the most important. But if we dosent make this a habit of fulfilfilling their wish this problem will never come From the beginning child should be made learn their demanding limitation. And this parents act to make them learn rather than blaming kids in future when they reach to its hight

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raj nandani

| May 10, 2017

correct..... agreed.....

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Akshay Dhamankar

| May 10, 2017

rightly said .... patience is key!!!

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Trupti

| Mar 24, 2017

also u can divert ur child's attention to some other things which attracts him/her most. then he will forget what he was demanding fot

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Reshma Shetty

| Mar 24, 2017

good advice. very usefull for me. thnk u.

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Smrity Sharma

| Mar 24, 2017

useful article for me, my 3 year old daughter always demand in different ways.

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Arundhatishahurediffmailcom

| Mar 09, 2017

good Advice

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Neharika Singh

| Mar 09, 2017

true.. staying patient smtimes is quite tough,

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Neha Jain

| Mar 09, 2017

patience is the key to everything when dealing with children ☺

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SANGEETHA

| Mar 09, 2017

thank you

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Niranjan Shekhawat

| Feb 08, 2017

Useful article, much needed

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Isha Abidi

| Jan 05, 2017

very much useful

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Bindhu Arjun

| Dec 11, 2016

nice article, it is too hard to handle such situation, patience is appreciated

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Darshana Vijesh

| Dec 11, 2016

very useful info

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Pratibha Sharma

| Dec 11, 2016

very useful article..

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Shruti Dadhwal

| Dec 11, 2016

very nice article.. !!

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Navya Prasad

| Oct 21, 2016

very helpful info

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Jui Lodh

| Aug 09, 2016

thanks kavitha. will surely try

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Kavitha Jadav

| Aug 09, 2016

for 14 months child, allow the child to cry and shout as much as they want. ignore that shouting and try diverting his attention but do this without his knowledge. if they understand that you are diverting them they won't respond. don't look into their eyes while diverting. and show that you are very happy doing so. I do this for my 2. 11 months daughter. and it works well. try and let me know

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Jui Lodh

| Aug 08, 2016

my child is of 14 months. whenever she wants anything she shouts till she get that thing. what can be done?

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Archie Srivastava

| Aug 07, 2016

what is the right age to handle like this

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Ranjan Babu

| Jul 19, 2016

At what age can we start the reward technique

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Shyamal Brahmane

| Jun 03, 2016

nice one

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Anindita Debnath

| Jun 03, 2016

thanks of lot

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Janvi Ajay Kaklotar

| Jun 02, 2016

Nice and useful article..

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Deepak Modi

| Jun 02, 2016

Practically it works.. Great..

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NEHA GUPTA

| May 05, 2016

appreciated article.. really works for me.

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Sakshi Lanjekar

| May 05, 2016

Nice article! This is very useful for me. Thanks for sharing.

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Canisha Kapoor

| Apr 19, 2016

Good blog Chaitanya! Good pointers thanks for sharing and writing!

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Chaitanya Bansal

| Apr 19, 2016

Hi Sowmya, The child when in his stubborn mood will not listen to any logic. You will have to divert his attention towards something else. But even before that just tell him in no certain terms (without getting embarrassed, as children pick up on your discomfort and behave more unreasonably) that you will talk to him only when he stops crying and behaves rationally. Then when he stops crying try to divert his mind to other things.

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Sowmya Kawa

| Apr 19, 2016

Nice article .I have seen many children who just go to extend level for fulfilling their wishes .for eg a parent said no for a toy the child sat on the road and started crying .still his mother was not ready she tried to convince but the child was ready to listen .this created such a awkward feeling to the mother in front of all people .what to do with such children .how to tackle them?.

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Divya Vineeth

| Apr 18, 2016

Thanks useful

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shanmugapriya ganesh

| Apr 16, 2016

Thanks

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Sridharan

| Apr 16, 2016

Good article.. Thanks

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Swati Agarwal

| Apr 16, 2016

Ihxyh

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Tanisha Khanna

| Apr 15, 2016

I agree with Laura. Quite helpful. Thanks Chaitanya!

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Laura

| Apr 15, 2016

Good suggestions

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