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Children generally don’t like time-outs. sometimes they simply necessary good cry, to regain balance. Rather than face the time-out, you just need to assign it. The best time to that – after the child had the opportunity to fulfill your order. If the child continues to resist after a few times you repeat the command, then it’s time to resort to a timeout. The ability to pull together, not while suppressing their own feelings – a very important life skill. Child to take himself in hand, it takes several attempts, or .Taym-outs are effective if used in conjunction with previous four methods.

After a short time your teen will be much more likely to cooperate. BSA often says this. The most effective time-outs when working with young children. When communicating with teenagers is the most important skill to listen, not giving advice, and time to offer encouragement. Even if it seems that the child is happy that he appointed a time-out control of the situation is still slipping from his hands and goes to you. If your child likes to go to their room where he can play with his toys, listen to music or chatting but the phone, send it to another room. When a child goes to his room just to play, it does not timeout.

If initially resisted the kid a timeout, then there is nothing wrong with that, during this procedure he will be able to play their games. However, if it is satisfied that it provides such an opportunity, then submit it to the bathroom or another room. So, let me remind briefly five methods of positive parenting: 1. To encourage the child to cooperate, ask, and not the team. 2. To reduce the resistance of the child to a minimum and improve the quality of communicate, listen and be understanding – do not try to settle anything. 3. To motivate the child to a particular behavior and encourage it – not to punish. 4. To establish their dominant position, order – not require. 5. To retain control over the situation, assign a timeout – and never hit a child.

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