How To Stop Yelling At Your Kids In Three Days, Because It’s Not Doing Them (Or You) Any Good

There are a lot of kids out there that are not receptive towards yelling in today’s day and age. Some people out there like to be yelled at when they are being reprimanded because that is how they were brought up. However, for the kids of today, yelling is generally not good. As a parent, you are responsible for the well being of your children. You need to understand how to keep them happy while also making sure they are disciplined.

Key Takeaways:

  • Some parents are just constantly yelling at their kids to try and get them to do as they say.
  • Some kids are more receptive towards yelling than other people because of the way that they were raised.
  • As a parent, you are responsible for the well being of your child and yelling is not doing them any good.

“The strategies for containing your anger and controlling the instinct to shout and yell are related to both your emotional triggers and your abilities to redirect, according to clinical psychologist Dr. Laura Markham’s Aha! Parenting blog.”

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Becky Patouhas, social media specialist, has been a babywearing educator since 2013. Her favorite part of her job is a tie between seeing all the cute baby pictures and helping parents get that “I can’t believe I can hold my baby AND eat!” moment. A first-generation American and mom of two small boys, she and her family live in Michigan, where she enjoys volunteering with her local babywearing group. Becky loves her Zypora meh dais (she has two!) because they’re so cushy on her shoulders. She always has a Lightly Padded ring sling in her purse because she loves the soft padding, and she thinks Isle of Skye is the best colorway out there!

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