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How To Help You Child Solve Problems Without Fights

By Benjamin Rowe

As a parent one of your main duties is to teach your children how to solve problems and conflicts without resorting to violence. People in general don’t need much of a reason to fight, children need even less, all it takes is for one child to take another’s toy and you could have a serious problem; that is why it is important to teach them how to resolve conflicts properly. Children with brothers and sisters are immediately thrust into a social network, even if it is one with family. This will mean that squabbling and arguments and how to avoid and clam them will become part of their everyday life.

At an early age children are more absorbed with finding out there physical abilities and limitations. Your child will then move on to playing in the same area as other child, but not “with” other children as a group. This means that children will be playing in the same area but will have their own toys and playthings. When your child is between 2-3 years of age you will start to notice them beginning to take part in activities with others that is when they will start learning problem solving and conflict resolution.

If you decide to home school you child you have the unique opportunity to teach your child the skills they will need to resolve conflicts and the techniques required to solve problems without simply solving them yourself. The most important part of conflict resolution is to get the child to express them selves and their feelings and help them get past their first emotional reaction. This can take a little getting used to and it is always a good idea to talk to your child about what happened when they have calmed down enough. Talking about past conflict and how they could of or should of reacted will trigger emotionally growth in your child.

Early on your child will have learnt that crying and even screaming will help solve their problems because you as a parent will give them want they want or need in order to stop them crying. Lots of the time there is no time set aside for emotional growth within the public school system. If you are considering homeschooling your child then this is a practice you should do on a regular basis.

Making sure your children understand the aspects of conflict resolution that you have taught them is key to them learning how to play nicely within any social setting and plays a big part in their emotional and social growth and development. If your children lack these tools then they will most likely learn to solve problems in a way that is inappropriate.

There is a vast amount of information available on these techniques and how to teach them to your children, no matter what age they are. making these practices a part of your daily routine will help you child to grow in confidence and emotional stability.

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Rowe, Benjamin "How To Help You Child Solve Problems Without Fights." How To Help You Child Solve Problems Without Fights. 22 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 24 Nov 2017 <http://uberarticles.com/home-and-family/parenting/how-to-help-you-child-solve-problems-without-fights/>.

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