FORGETFUL

FORGETFUL

Many of the complaints I hear from parents have to do with children’s irresponsibility and forgetful behavior. It usually begins early, around 4 or 5 years old, and peaks when a child hits junior high school. It’s critical that children learn to be self-reliant.
FORGETFUL

⭐️ PARENTING WITH PURPOSE PRACTICES  ⭐

TRY THIS 👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right EmojiAllow your children to feel the logical consequences of their forgetfulness. If your child constantly forgets their lunch or homework, don’t run-up to the school with it. Help them learn the life lesson of responsibility and accountability.

TRY THIS👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right Emoji Create an organizer with your child of things to remember.

TRY THIS👉 Backhand Index Pointing Right Emoji Whenever you have to ask your child to do something more than one time because they forgot, add on extra chores so they miss their free time.

The Bigger Picture

Here are 3 rules to teach children to remember things: (1) stop remembering for them; (2) don’t say “I told you so!”; and (3) don’t tell them what will happen. Let the consequences do the talking for you. When parents remind children, they rely on the reminders and become incapable of remembering for themselves.


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