How To Coach Your Naughty Child

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Do you have a child who demonstrates negative behaviors at home, at school or in social settings and therefore is labeled as a “naughty child”?

Well, let’s face it. At one point or another, every child falls into this category, whether it’s throwing tantrums, talking back, teasing other kids, or having poor attendance at school. Part of growing up is learning how to cope with life, pushing the boundaries, and making mistakes and sometimes this is accompanied by negative behaviors.

What all parents and caregivers must remember is that human behavior is based on emotions and emotions are based on experiences. This statement is true with respect to both the adults and children. So many children are labeled by their behavior, without anyone considering where that behavior might be coming from. The behavior is often called bad and sometimes the child is called “bad”, but really the behavior is simply negative and the child is very likely just responding to feelings and experiences that have happened in life.

So what about your child? There have been issues come up at school or at home that you need to deal with, but the problem is that you don’t know how. “No really,” you say, “Everything is fine for my child and I have no idea why he is behaving this way.”

Well, I have news for you!
A child’s mind does not work the same way as an adult mind and something that might seem trivial to you can be a really big deal for your child. You simply cannot look at your child’s life in terms of your own perspective. It isn’t accurate and it isn’t fair.

What can you do? Well, there is something called Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and it can help you. If you have heard of NLP before, then you might be sitting there thinking there is no way something that is used to train sales people is going to be useful for your children, but the truth of the matter is that NLP strategies can be used in a wide variety of situations and for all ages. NLP encompasses a set of strategies that are focused on changing a person’s perception of the world and that can be done for anyone.

Oh Well! If you want to know more, please watch my live video interview on this Home Page right now.
I also offer workshop coaching and private coaching sessions to all the parents, grandparents, carers and teachers who would like to have hands on coaching with me and fast track implementation of my NLP strategies for your children and teens. I guarantee that you’ll be so thankful that you did it right now than a year later!
Start coaching your ” naughty child” to success using the NLP way.

2 Responses to “How To Coach Your Naughty Child”

  1. Latrice

    09. May, 2011

    That’s the best asnewr of all time! JMHO

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  2. Cady

    10. May, 2011

    Glad I’ve finally found seomtinhg I agree with!

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