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Why? Because being human matures more quickly the first month and then with few exceptions, the kind of maturity gradually decreases in the 10-14 years. Still in its infancy, the child knows if you can manipulate their parents or not. Resources that help to have well-balanced children: 1. win respect and keep it. Respect is a two-way street. If the parents do not respect their children, children will not respect their parents. You should not belittle or embarrass their children in front of friends. Parents who earn and maintain the respect of their children during the first years will be respected during the year of adolescence.

Parents should realize that if they are not deserving of respect, nor shall their religion, their moral standards, or anything of what they believe. Children are very acute observers. 2 Always set limits a happy home must have some limits.: to maintain relations of respect and consideration between parents and children, it is necessary to establish well-defined borders. Your child needs to know what is allowed and what not are you It will allow. When a child knows its bounds not it gets in trouble.

3 Teach reasoning and obedience parents should teach their children to control their own behavior, to reason clearly, to solve problems on their own. When a child understands the consequences of his behavior, you can make better decisions when their parents are not present. 4. Talk once; then act. A good advice to parents: in time of conflict, keep your mouth shut and act. Keep the serenity and establish their right to require obedience. 5. Set a balance between love and control. The ends are rarely useful. Avoid the four following points: 1) the authoritarian father. Some parents assume that their duty is to send, dictate and control, repeatedly punished and the child lives in constant fear and floundering. (What is the result? They become rebellious, anti-social, disobedient and troublesome in school. He has deep feelings of bitterness. Its become hostile. (2) The permissive parent. In this case it is the child who has control and parents bow to their whims. As they are unable to control the child’s behavior, discipline becomes one bigger problem. (3) The father without love. There are studies showing that a child who has not had love and attention from their parents, usually develops a rebellion against the values that society wants to defend. (4) The possessive father. Some parents have good intentions but very poor standards; do not allow your children to grow and develop naturally. Under the guise of loving them and worry about them, these parents do not allow their children at reasonable risk or to do things for themselves. Original author and source of the article