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Why are we quick to punishing our children when they goof up? Why are we slow in rewarding them when they end up doing something great?
While most parents get into the habit of bribing their children “before” doing something, like cleaning up their room or mowing the lawn, the action of rewarding them for their efforts “after” the deed has been done is a better way of appreciating them for their good behavior. Bribing never works, and in the long run, your child will always tend to have the psychological “upper hand” over you.
So always reward your child. Never bribe them into behaving well.
Is your child frequently thrilling you with some excellent behavior? Listed below are some ideas that you can use to reward your child:
Remember good behavior should be immediately rewarded. It’s of no use if the reward is given days after the event is over. Also, do not keep giving the same rewards. It can get boring and your child might just lose interest.
So, what are your special ways of rewarding good behavior in your children?