How to stay patient when all you want to do is yell at your child?

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Stay Calm and Keep on Parenting - best advice from fellow Moms!

Since I published the short series of posts about why kids do not listen to their parents, those are my most popular posts.

1. This is why your kids are not listening to you!

2. Kids are not listening? It's a power struggle thing.

3. Kids are not listening? They want your attention right now.

I am here to help you any way I can, so I decided to gather some knowledge and experience from other moms too. I hope you will find the tips and advice that you need here.

Below you can find other mom bloggers sharing how to stay patient with misbehaving toddlers and older, strong-willed kids, how to deal with temper tantrums, etc.

If you have any specific questions in this area, feel free to post in the comments. As I said, I am here to help.

Enjoy!

Here are two more actionable tips from Gale of Imaginative Homeschool:

“Remember, your relationship with your children is more important than any lesson. They can always learn something later, and they don’t learn well if we blow up at them anyways. So, as soon as you feel YOUR temperature rising, take a break. I’ve never regretted stepping away when I was losing my patience, but I’ve regretted many times I didn’t.”

“When you reach that place where you’re about to lose it, find a quiet place away from the kids QUICK. Lock yourself in the bathroom if necessary. And don’t let yourself do ONE THING MORE. My kids had a knack of asking to do the one thing I had been trying to get them interested in for weeks right as I was heading to the bedroom for some urgent “me time.” 99% of the time, if I gave in and did that “one more thing,” 5 minutes later I’d be blowing my top. When you need it, time alone isn’t a luxury, it’s a necessity. Take it.”

I hope this helps! If you’d like even more sources of info check this out:

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