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How to Tame Your Child’s Aggression371286/16/2020 3:34:02 PMbehaviors Avoiding negotiation (don't argue or explain too much) Teaching alternative positive behaviors ​Setting clear expectations for your child's behavior 49https://www.boystown.org/parenting/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How to Get Your Child to Stop Whining370663/5/2020 3:29:16 PMand your child a favor by using appropriate behavior and language when you are frustrated environment to develop the social skills, behavior and confidence to succeed, and offers 1017https://www.boystown.org/parenting/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
15-year-old son disrespectful to single mom and new boyfriend14095I'm a single mom and I’m having a lot of issues with my 15-year-old son. He's very disrespectful toward me, and he’s able to manipulate others into thinking that he is a very well-behaved young man while out in public.1/15/2019 4:48:03 PMmake sure your son knows what positive behaviors you expect from him and what negative behaviors you want him to reduce or eliminate 1235https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
OCD: When Rituals and Routines Get in the Way7367When routines or rituals begin to interfere in the home or school it may be a sign of obsessive-compulsive disorder.8/28/2019 3:07:38 PMThese are normal behaviors for children, and it is often okay for parents to go along with with caregivers to identify and reduce behaviors that may be accommodating OCD, such as 3570https://www.boystown.org/parenting/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
2-year-old in the No stage is throwing tantrums and acting naughty14172Our 2-year-old son is deep into the “No” stage of being a toddler; every time we tell him to do something, or not do something, he responds by telling us “No.” What can we do?​1/15/2019 4:48:30 PMIt also involves teaching the positive behavior you expect your child to use instead of the negative behavior he or she has been using 379https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
5-year-old can't pay attention in school14105Our 5-year-old daughter just started kindergarten. She is full of spirit, energy and character, but in this new world of school, she’s having a hard time balancing socializing and learning.1/15/2019 4:49:25 PMshow me how to use the skills/behaviors I expect (the true test of understanding)? Do I praise my child when I see him or her using these skills/behaviors 114https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
Help repair my relationship with my 13-year old son.14373I am at a loss for what to do as a parent. My 13-year-old son and I don't have any relationship at all. There is no emotional bond and we fight constantly.1/15/2019 4:52:32 PMI am at a loss for what to do As for your son's attention-seeking behaviors, he must learn that he needs to earn privileges, outings and words of praise by using positive behaviors 575https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
My grandkids have “outgrown me”14338I’ve been involved in my grandchildren’s lives since they were born. Now they’re teenagers and they’ve seemed to “outgrown me.” I feel like I’ve lost them and am being left out! What can I do?1/15/2019 4:49:57 PMI’ve been involved in my grandchildren’s lives since they were born It's natural for teens to want Parenting Questions Teens Understanding Behavior Healing Families Grandparents 708https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
My tween son doesn’t care about consequences. How do I make them effective?14414When I give my preteen son a consequence for negative behavior, he doesn’t seem to care and usually just gets angry. So his negative behaviors continue and we fight all the time. What can I do to make consequences more effective?1/15/2019 4:51:54 PMWhat can I do to make chores in response to his negative behaviors, he eventually should be motivated to reduce or stop his negative behaviors in order to avoid those consequences 188https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx
How do I get my child to get professional help when they are unwilling to go?18524My child needs professional help but is unwilling to go. What can I do?2/17/2021 3:20:05 PMTry to understand significant behavior changes do not happen overnight and, at times, can Your son is presenting concerning behavior, and a change in your parenting approach will https://www.boystown.org/parenting/questions-and-answers/Pages/Forms/AllItems.aspxhtmlFalseaspx