Understand that raising a difficult child can be challenging, and it's essential to turn to your faith for strength and wisdom.
Address and work on character flaws in your child through consistent and loving guidance.
This routine provides predictability, reduces conflicts, and helps your child know what to expect each day.
Maintain calm and consistent discipline. Avoid getting angry with your child, as anger rarely solves problems.
Discipline your child without resorting to yelling. Or if you do, apologize for your own behavior.
Encourage positive behavior by clearly communicating your expectations and demonstrating the desired actions.
Investing time and effort in raising them can lead to meaningful growth and strong bonds.