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Behaving Well – A short guide

Author GreatDad Writers
Submitted 21-02-2007

Well-behaved children are a joy to have around you. On the
other hand, misbehaved children are a constant source of worry, trouble and unhappiness. Therefore,
parents need to encourage good and balanced behavior in their children not only for their own
benefit but also for the benefit of the children themselves and the society in which they are being
brought up.

Here are a few tips to promote good behavior in your children:

  • Teach
    the right behavior – Give clear definitions as to what is good behavior and distinguish between good
    and bad behavior
  • Set a good example – children often imitate parents. Therefore, by
    behaving well yourself, you will set the right examples to inculcate good behavior in your children
  • Offer constructive comments and criticism – whenever your children behave in an
    unacceptable way, make sure that your criticisms and corrective comments are constructive and do not
    have a negative impact on the children’s minds
  • Praise good behavior – whenever you find
    your children behaving in a decent way, be sure to approve of it to let the children know that this
    type of behavior is likable
  • Reward good behavior – set-up a system of incentives to
    encourage good behavior. This will motivate the children to stick to decent behavior every