While the advice of friends and family is often given with good intent, this isn’t to say that the same strategies will work for you.
A child’s personality alone can mean that you may need to take a different approach from time to time when contending with a child’s difficult behaviour.
One of the many solutions used in promoting the good behaviour of children is the use of reward charts.
While this may work in the short-term, you may struggle to find it is a long-term solution when enforcing boundaries.
Downfalls of Rewarding Children
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Rewarding a child is a commonly-used practice for many parents, and as already noted, can have some benefits in the short-term.
However, our role as a parent is to ensure that children are consistently showing good behaviour, as well as making children aware of why good behaviour is important.
Constantly rewarding your child could mean that they aren’t focusing on the bigger picture.
People in life are expected to behave in a certain way. While everyone has their own persona, many of us will be in an environment that requires to us to conform to a number of rules, or suffer the consequences.
Rewarding children from the outset can mean that they’re not understanding as to why good behaviour is important, which mean traits could follow on into their teen years, and even their adult life.
Not only does the website offer a slew of advice in relation to all types of unruly behaviour, it also offers tools that can be employed during more stressful times.
When our child showcases unruly behaviour, it can be easy to assume we’re at fault.
While there are certain behaviours we may have to change, parents are only doing what they think is best, and I can be deflating to learn that we may have been dealing with some aspects in the wrong way.
Positive Parenting Solutions brings together parents from all walks of life, as well as giving you access to professional advice, meaning that you spend less time feeling like you’re to blame, and invest more time into taking positive action.
So who am I and what are you rambling about? I’m Chris, I’m a husband to Nadeen and a dad to my little girl Nina (20 months old at the time of writing) and just like you I’m navigating my way through parenthood, marriage, and life in general. Why the name? If you think about software for example, the term ‘Beta’ relates to the unfinished version, one of which is often full of glitches, is in testing, has some bugs and so on. This along with the play on the words ‘Better’’ brought me to the name Beta Dad Blog. I found this name quite apt, as I and this site (and like everyone else reading) is never the finished article or complete version of what they want to be. We’re’ all still in ‘Beta’ to a degree and all striving to be ‘Better’ in everything we do. What to expect To expand on what I’ve already stated. The theme of this site relates to being a parent, but also being a dad. It will provide Informative and detailed parenthood relative articles & products reviews, aimed at new & experienced parents, plus anyone wishing to purchase such related products to friends & family. Not only that but additional informative articles and products reviews related to our hobbies & pastimes, home improvements and anything else about parenting & home keeping chores 😉 Plus, Random & curated content, which you may or may not find entertaining!