Created by Updated on May 07, 2017
not litsen what mumma advoce
| May 07, 2017
hi Pooja Gupta! I I completely understand your concerns! he has become a tween now and would no longer want to be advised as a child and would expect u to consider him " a grown up.. " also the influence of his peer group would be more on him as compared to parents so Pooja u will have to be patient with him and adopt different strategies to deal with him. he wouldn't want to accept 'NO' as an answer anymore and would expect u to make him understand the reason behind it. Pooja don the hat of a friend and understand his view point as well. avoid arguments and talk. the more u will loose your temper, the chances are more for the situation to go out of hand and finally reaching a deadlock. it's advisable to keep your cool , work towards reaching a consensus. more importantly work on the bond that u share with him, connect better by spending some time with him where u discuss how has his day been so far, what he liked about it, his childhood memories etc. hope this will be of help to u.
| Jul 14, 2017
hi Pranati Patel! please go through this blog. hope u will find it useful! Hey! I find this Parenting blog really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/are-you-having-trouble-communicating-with-your-teenager/348?ptref=sa0l000030g009o