Patience is probably the key skill that a parent needs to master when it comes to dealing with kids. It always seems so simple and easy to lose patience, and yet so difficult and sometimes almost impossible to find more of it. Here’s some help…
Communicate: Poor communication sabotages any relationship. Talk, explain, report, and discuss your day-to-day happenings, just as you expect them to. Communicate to them in a language they can comprehend. Communicate to them in a language they can learn life’s wise sayings.
Have Foresight: Reduce your pace so as to keep up with your toddlers. Find workarounds which allows you to have it their way as well as yours. If your kid insists on tying his own shoe laces, and in the morning rush hours you have no time for this insistence, ask your child to continue tying the laces while you drive him to school.
Stay Cool and Calm: Well, we are talking about patience, so staying cool and calm comes without saying. The key to staying cool and calm is not to react in the moment, if you tend to react in the moment, you can easily be carried away by frustration. Back off, think through the