Your teen is crazy because of the teen brain. This crazy game starts with these behaviors: Girl may say â€œThere is nothing to eat!â€ Boy may disappear or keep distant from the parents. They stay too later to sleep. They do crazy thing because they feel better. They do what they see and hear.
What to do?
Every thing is about believe. Changing the believe changes a person. Changing a person changes the community. Your job is not control your kid, but teaches your kid how to control herself.
1. Earn respect – Respect instead of fear. How? 1) Donâ€™t scream. Losing emotional control means losing respect in the eyes of your child, something you canâ€™t afford. 2) Do apologize â€“ It is a marvelous tool for teaching humility, self-control, responsibility, compassion, respect, and self-acceptance. 3) Punish doesnâ€™t work. Be cool. Your kid has enough problems. The last thing he needs is â€œcoolâ€ parents. Stay calm during crises so that your kid thinks more about her behavior than your anger.
2. Build relationship. 1) Give a huge. Find ways of lovingly connecting with your kids each day especially when times are tough. 2) Donâ€™t believe when they say they donâ€™t want to talk. Kids often say too little and shout too much, but the shouting may be another form of communication. If you can hang on, your kid will finally become calmed and say what really has him upset. Good time to talk is morning and bad time to talk is midnight. Dump question is â€œHow was your dayâ€. Instead, ask â€œTell me what good thing happens to you today?â€ 3) Have a family log and write message. 4) Question about play game. Shutdown the computer for play the game is not way to go. This is a believe thing again. Teach their how to control.