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How to Get Your Kids to Behave? – Jasmin Terrany

Behavior is a huge deal when it comes to parenting and often times the answer is simply attention.

Children do not always know to communicate their specific needs and acting out is what they’ll use to get Mommy’s and Daddy’s attention.

When my kids are acting out, I will turn to them and ask them “Do you need attention right now?” and often times they will say “Yes”.

If I have the time I will give them what they need but if I do not I will communicate to them that Mommy is busy right now and I will get to you once  I am done.

The key component is the acknowledgment that they are seen and their needs will be met.

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