How to raise naughty kid?

  Sometimes too sudden and completely incomprehensible bouts of harm and stubbornness of a small child can spoil the nerves of even the most patient parents.

It seems that recently your child has been soft, compliant and malleable as plasticine, and now before you capricious and harmful toddler, who constantly repeats cutting hearing the phrase – "I will not!", "No!" "Do not want!" "I am!" .

Sometimes it may even seem that your child does it all to spite you.

The child became capricious - what to do? Let's take a look at what's going on with your baby, how to deal with it and when it will end.

You should pay attention of parents that the trouble is just a natural process of growing up your baby, and nothing unusual happens. After all, growing up, your child inevitably becomes aware of his individuality and to perceive myself separate from you and that's why he is trying all possible ways to show their independence.

Further more - the higher your child ascends the age levels, the more insistently will be the demands for recognition of one's own independence and independence.

For example, if for a three-year-old baby is important the fact that he himself was able, without any of your help, to choose clothes for a walk or to put on and lace the shoes himself, then the six-year-old will be interested in why you are giving him something, and something no. That is, your baby becomes consciously independent, and therefore begins to perceive himself as a person.

And this is precisely what causes the acute child reaction to any prohibitions or manifestations of parental authoritarianism. And stubbornness and whims are a kind of armor and protection from the influence of adults. As a rule, many parents simply do not pay such fits of stubbornness of attention and do as they deem necessary, or jiggle their child and demand the termination of moods, and if the words do not work, they put the kid in a corner.

It is worth to note that such parental behavior can lead to the fact that you will have to grow a faceless, broken, and indifferent child.

So try to develop a correct line of conduct with your child. Before you accuse your child of obstinacy, look at ourselves – not stubborn are you?

Try to be more flexible in educational matters and, of course, try to take into account those age changes that occur in the psyche of your child.

Remember  - that by showing attention and sensitivity to your child now, you are building up the foundation of your understanding with him in the future.