What’s On Train Your Child

Train Your Child is a website parent can use as a reference to help them get through the challenges of being a parent. I am a mother of 2  and I’ve been working with kids between the ages of 18 months to 8 years old for the past 10 years.

Learn Effective and

Proven Ways

to Get Your Child On Their Best Behavior

So many of my parents from school have asked me ” How do you get my child to be on their best behavior? My child is never like that at home”.

My answer for that question is that I have worked with so many children, in so many situations that I know what works and what doesn’t work for young children. I can predict a tantrum way before it happens and take measures to prevent it from escalating. I’ve turned a chaotic classroom filled with 4 year olds into an well organized room as well as in a calm and nurturing environment.

My friends ask me how my kids are so well behaved. I’ve applied what I have learned as a teacher to being a parent. I just wanted to share my secrets with other parents out there. I know being a parent is your most important and challenging job, that’s why I created Train Your Child.

As a general rule of thumb, treat your child with respect  (never forcing and using threats) like you would with any other adult and you will find yourself dodging a tantrum.

Another thing parents should know is they’re wondering why getting their kids to do is something is like pulling teeth, they don’t take the time to step out side the situation and look at the whole picture. If they did, they may see a shrieking out of control child with a parent yelling and demanding them to obey their orders. What’s wrong with this picture here? If roles were reversed, picture yourself as that child who didn’t want to do a certain task and you had someone forcefully telling you had to do it, what would  you do?

I would be kick and screaming as well. Parents should take the time to take DIFFERENT approaches with their children. You can get the results you want just by lowering your voice, getting down to their level and asking them to do something versus demanding them to do something.

Kids responded better when you give them the respect you would want someone to give you. There will be moments where you will want to pull your hair out. But remember that YOU are your child’s biggest and most influential role model. Learn more about Emotional Intelligence throughout Train Your Child. With Emotional Intelligence, you can help your child cultivate their social intelligence overtime and prevent upsetting, out of control, over the top tantrums (especially as your child gets older).

Throughout Train Your Child, you can find ways to deal with temper tantrums of all ages, how to potty train effectively, and how to help your child do be the best he or she can be.

Be the Best Parent You Can Be

and Get Your Child On Their Best Behavior