The Reprimand

If they are honest and open with them, they will remain the same with you: however, not respect. * Boredom can bring arrogance in ndigos, so do not let them get bored. If they act with arrogance, means they need a new challenge and new limits. Feed your brain and keep them occupied in the best way possible. * Parents teachers and trainees must be able to establish and maintain clear boundaries, and yet flexible enough to change and adjust those limits when necessary, based on emotional growth / mental, as ndigos grow fast. Be firm, but fair, is necessary for their sake and ours. * The message given and transmitted by adults should be more pleasurable than painful, and more based on love than fear. * Keep your child informed and involved in the issues.

* Avoid misunderstandings by simply providing explanations. * Do not lose patience with your child. * Avoid giving commands (verbs in the imperative). Instead of using verbal commands, use touch to get their attention. They are very sensitive to touch (tap on the shoulder, shake hands, hug, etc.).

* Word * Keep your business in every situation. * Do not hide anything or use offensive language. * Let your emotions show you love, not hate. * Discuss the situation generating the reprimand after. * After all, acerquesele always the child and see if there was a learning and growth after the reprimand. * Important: Please remember that punishment does not work with these children.

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