Some children are easy to parent while others give a whole new meaning to the term ‘parenting’! Strong-willed children fall into the latter category and can leave you exhausted at the end of each day. But having a strong-willed child is not a bad thing; in fact, it is considered a positive trait. Watch this video if you’re looking for help with parenting a strong-willed child.
There is no one formula to be followed when parenting a strong-willed toddler. You will have to tweak your approach according to the behaviour and attitude of your child. By nurturing your child’s individualistic personality in the right way, you can help him turn into a decisive, self-confident adult you will be proud of.
#StrongWilledChild #ParentingAStrongWilledChild #RaisingAStrongWilledChild
0:22 Tips for Parenting a Strong-willed Child
0:31 Convey Respect & Empathy
0:43 Steer Clear of Power Struggles
1:03 Lend a Listening Ear
1:16 Offer Your Child Choices
1:30 Let Your Child Make Decisions about His Body
1:50 Change Your Attitude
2:07 Delay the Disciplining
2:24 Practice Empathy
2:42 Give Your Child Some Authority
2:57 Remember That Your Child is an Experiential Learner
For More Information: https://parenting.firstcry.com/articles/strong-willed-child-parenting-tips-and-more/
Like, comment, and share with family and friends.
FirstCry Parenting helps you through your journey of Getting Pregnant, Pregnancy & Parenting. Happy Parenting!
Subscribe Now : https://www.youtube.com/c/firstcryparenting
Connect with FirstCry Parenting
Download Our App
Android : https://bit.ly/2Vqtvjl
iOS : https://apple.co/2IKcmv0
Website : https://parenting.firstcry.com/
Follow us on:
Facebook – https://facebook.com/FirstCryParenting
Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/firstcryParenting
Twitter – https://twitter.com/firstcryindia
Pinterest – https://in.pinterest.com/FirstCryIN/
Content used in this video is for informational purpose only and should not be considered as a substitute for advice from doctors or any health professional. We strongly recommend seeking medical advice before proceeding.
If you have any queries, get answers from experts at FirstCry Parenting’s Q&A section. Visit Now- https://parenting.firstcry.com/qna/questions-answers
View original video here.