It is not necessary to put the voices to listen to your children …

Amy Maccready, an expert on parenting parents ‘ and author of the book If I have to Tell You One More Time…
(If you need to say it one more time… The revolutionary program that makes the kids to listen without whining, reminding or yelling), he promises that you won’t need to say it a second time everything when you speak to your children, as long as you follow these seven steps:
1. Spend personal time with your children on a daily basis.
Children have the need to feel every day that their parents care and attention. If you don’t get the “dose” of time and care, no method of discipline is not effective –not to mention that it is capable of screaming just to get your attention. 10-15 minutes of common time one or two times a day to see their behavior changing.
2. Give them the opportunity to participate in the household chores.
Children, regardless of whether they are still toddlers, or teenagers, need to feel that they are responsible for some of the basic obligations of a household. By participating in daily chores acquire important skills, gain a sense of what it means to “team” effort in a family and, in addition, it decreases the odds to return at some point to say, “it’s not my job”.
3. Be sure to adhere strictly to the program of sleep.
Children need much more sleep than adults. The agency is in constant development, and that in itself is quite energy-consuming. In addition, play and move all the time. If you believe that your children do not get enough sleep, try to put them to bed ten minutes earlier each night until you reach the desired time. It is certain that a child has rested enough, it’s the next day much more calm and cooperative.
4. Prefer to educate than to punish.
There are many children who do not respond in the prescribed manner to the “punishment”. If yours belongs to this category, you may need to use other types of handling. Besides, you are forcing it to stay in his room or sat in a chair for a specific period of time, don’t give him the opportunity to learn how to make better choices. This is exactly the “key”. When your child is naughty or ignores you think “What can I do to teach him that next time in a similar situation you will need to do differently?”.
5. Don’t ever make the referee the fights.
If you interfere with the conflicts of your children in order to define who is right and to enforce the punishment to the other, the only thing you accomplish is to intensify the rivalry between them. In addition, you are depriving the kids the opportunity to solve their own differences. The best thing you can do when you see them fighting is to ignore them. If the situation is getting out of and need to intervene, do it by saying “not with regard to who started it, I just want to help you to find a solution. You, what do you suggest?”
6. Set simple and clear rules.
You don’t need to be a rule for every occasion, but only some basic principles which are required of all members of the family to adhere to strictly. For each and every one of these rules here and the consistency in which it leads to failure. Always warn children when they are going to suffer the consequence, but stay firm in your decision to apply the rules.
7. Learn to use more of the “yes” and less “no”.
The children hate to hear “no”, “no”, “you can’t” -we are after all the same we would feel if we said so. Try at every opportunity to react positively and not negatively. If your son wants to go to the park while not yet finished his spelling, instead of saying immediately “no”, say “yes, of course you can go play with your friends as soon as you’re done with your homework”.