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Child Psychology : How to Discipline a Child That Does Not Listen



Children that do not listen are exhibiting a challenge to authority rather than a listening problem. Get through to your child with the assistance of a licensed psychologist in this free video.

Expert: Dr. Craig Childress
Contact: www.drcachildress.org
Bio: Dr. Craig Childress is a licensed clinical psychologist specializing in the treatment of ADHD and angry-oppositional relationship disorders of childhood.
Filmmaker: Max Cusimano

Series Description: Raising children can be a confusing project at times. Improve communication with your child and resolve common issues with the assistance of a licensed psychologist in this free video series.

#Child #Psychology #Discipline #Child #Listen

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    added on 10 Mar, 2020
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    When you talk to them when they don’t listen… let’s say if they want to play with their toy… what do you do? Do you tell them 5 more minutes, or?

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    added on 28 Mar, 2020
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    My kids know that if I say do something then that’s exactly what’s expected. If they don’t do what’s expected they know that I’m going to punish them accordingly. Punishments can range from item confiscation to an ass whoopin. To be honest there is nothing worse than a parent who lets their child/children do whatever they want without fear of consequences.

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    added on 1 May, 2020
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    i searched up youtube on google and this comes up im a kid and im very diappointed with my mum

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    added on 5 May, 2020
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    Big siblings watching 🙋‍♀️

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    added on 7 May, 2020
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    This guy is advocating child abuse & making eHowEducation look horrible.

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    added on 16 May, 2020
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    I tried : "Hey son, why are you not listening ?" But he is still not listening

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    added on 18 May, 2020
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    You suck

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    added on 25 May, 2020
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    This doesn’t work

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    added on 26 May, 2020
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    Interestingly, girls are more sensative. They're far more likely to respond negatively to a stern voice, etc. I am finding that being firm and consistent is best, as opposed to flat out being stern.

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    added on 27 May, 2020
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    You BEAT the shit out of them with a pasta spoon.

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    added on 28 May, 2020
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    That advice work till there about 7

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    added on 5 Jun, 2020
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    This is gas lighting off of from
    the criminal violation.

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    added on 15 Jun, 2020
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    Calm & confident tone ✔️✔️✔️✔️ plus patience. Once you raise your tone or use violence to control the child is when you have lost complete control

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    added on 25 Jun, 2020
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    Very well-said! Thanks

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    added on 29 Jun, 2020
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    First discipline yourself.🤣🤣🤣

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    added on 29 Jun, 2020
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    The more you want to be as an authority, but not as a human being, the more he will not collaborate. What is so difficult to understand. We don't learn anything from the past, unfortunatelly😒

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    added on 30 Jun, 2020
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    Pray to God dhikr – He lifts all

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    added on 1 Jul, 2020
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    Ya lol…. hey why aren't you getting ur shoes on, child: "AHHHHERRMMM!!!" ( I'm yelling something because i don't line authority" raise my voice GET UR SHOES ON! ( goes and gets shoes on)

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    added on 9 Jul, 2020
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    added on 10 Jul, 2020
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    My dad just used his belt. It was pretty effective.

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    added on 10 Aug, 2020
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    My mom used a belt no slapping or beat to death and i turned out great i have two toddlers and I have learned to talk to them and they throw tantrums but they get thru it at times not saying they perfect a work in progress lol

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    added on 11 Aug, 2020
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    I am a child and if I do something wrong my mom yells at me or slaps me multiple times and we are Christians and she acts horrible to me I don’t get it if she watched this video she still wouldn’t get it

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    added on 20 Aug, 2020
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    The first few seconds of the video… “it’s not a listening problem, it’s a disobedient problem. 💯 👏

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    added on 27 Aug, 2020
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    I tried everything with my oldest son! Since he was little he has been a nightmare! Very challenging! Now he is 7 and he never learn from experience, never learn from any type of punishment or positive talking, calm authority. Does anyone knows if the stork accepts the return after 7 years?

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    added on 7 Sep, 2020
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    My mom got a foster kid recently and he is a pathological liar. He is 11 and has ADHD. Also you cannot use a belt on foster kids or hit them at all, so what should we do?

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    added on 9 Sep, 2020
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    Parent: Hey son why are you not listening Child: Fuck off mom bitch! Parent: Cries in the corner Child: She wants to act out today😡

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    added on 21 Sep, 2020
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    My sister has a child that’s the same age as my little one. I was so against her giving her little one smacks at a young age (little smacks on hand or bum) while I was letting my little one live and learn freely with no boundaries really. Now all I can say is that our children are 4, her son is an absolute good boy while being out in public. He is so compassionate and empathetic when it comes to meeting people and making friends. He also has really good listening skills and knows when it’s time to pack up etc. Now my little turned out to be an absolute nightmare and I’m beginning to think it’s because I didn’t discipline her and now she walks all over me…

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