Created by Updated on Jun 16, 2017
my son 3. 9yrs old he s not at all listening my words
| Jun 16, 2017
I was facing the same problem but today I tried something different from my side. I took my daughter in a separate room and closed the door. She was scared if I would shout on her but I did counselling. I treat her like an adult and discuss the side effects of ignorance. She understand it clearly and respond so well. Sometimes we think that child won't understand so called emotions but they are more attentive and responsive if we treat them patiently.
| Jun 16, 2017
hi Saranya! make sure your words are such that he just can't ignore them as these are loaded with love, care and all other positive traits such as motivation , praise for him etc. if words are such he would not mind listening to these on the other hand if words are loaded with complaints, negative tone , pessimistic in nature and have a negative connotation he would prefer ignoring those and pretend as if he missed hearing what u said.. so it's important we make sure what we speak and how we speak with our children.. connect better with your child and understand him better. listen to what he has to say by giving him a patient ear and only when u think his demands are unjustified use 'No' that too with the reason. hope this helps!tkcare!
| Jun 21, 2017
hi all, my daughter 4 yrs old, will listen to me at home.. BT when she is surrounded by her friends or relatives she behaves in different manner.. she won't listen to. my words.. n when she's back at home she will say sorry n won't repeat again.. etc.. but it still continues... how to deal with this issue.. im bit worried when she goes to school or somewhere else without me.