Parenting

Arrogance in my son

3 to 7 years

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Updated on Dec 20, 2016

Hello parents. My son is 5 yrs old. Though he is so loving with his younger cousin. But same time he is jealous with his elder cousin. He hits his elder cousin sister. At same time his elder cousin sister is also shows arrogance too and started crying. so in that situation I loose my temper and start scolding my son. But after some time I really felt very bad and my kid is too.... I m in joint family. All this happens one or twice in month. I m very disappointed. Because I tried so many ways to teach my child not to be wild. but all failed. so please help me what should I do????

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| Dec 20, 2016

Both you and your co-sister sit together with your son and daughter and say them they r friends and u love both of them very much . bring in the confidence with them tat you love both of them and there is no partiality done and guide them they should help each other instead of teasing as they are friends.

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| Dec 20, 2016

@ Shreya. what the exact situation is... when agastya teasing his sis... then his sister started crying... so everyone scold Agastya and if his sis teasing Agastya then Agastya beat her. so again he got scolded. so he started feeling that nobody loves him..

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| Dec 20, 2016

hi Shreya. Thank you for reply. But we r in joint family. My son name is Agastya. yeah u r right. Agastya's elder sister also tease him and sometimes she is also having fault. but I always tell my son to ignore. how would he handle outside kids too if he got angry.

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| Dec 20, 2016

Hi Alpa, maybe the elder cousin goads him into a situation where he can't keep quiet. Speak with the mother of the daughter and share your concerns with her.

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| Dec 20, 2016

Hi Alpa, here's a blog that may help you-https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/love-or-fear-how-do-you-discipline-your-child/771

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