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Guidelines for setting limits with your kids


Limit setting is a powerful tool for parenting success. It is important for a lot of reason. It helps your kids see that you really care, they need limits to feel safe, they need limit to feel secure.Kids need limits to learn set healthy boundaries and limits for themselves in their lives. They actually learned by the limit we've set. It teaches them appropriate behavior and gives them opportunities to sharpen some of their skills. It also teaches them self-discipline skills. 

Setting limits can be tough for some parents for several reasons. Some really want to do it but other parents may feel guilty about implementing it. 

To be successful at setting limits, you must first decide rules based on your home values. Rules are a natural part of life, it is also important that you need to communicate these rules to your children. Explain it to them in the language appropriate for their developmental age. Remember to keep it simple, state the rule clearly, and frame it in a positive way. You’ll want to set limits as a way of connecting, not as punishment. You want to let them feel that the rules are to keep them safe.

Next, you need to be consistent and follow through. Limits must be consistently applied and enforced. Children are more likely to respect limits when they realize their parents mean what they say. They learn trust when parents provide fair limits with consistent follow through. When you remind your child of the limits and consequences, be mindful of your tone, remain calm but firm, and keep statements objective. This is one effective way to balance and not to loose the effectiveness of limit setting.