- Talk to your child gently and let him or her know that his or her behaviour is inappropriate.
- During aggression outburst, isolate your kid for a short time (time out strategy). This will help him to cool down. But be careful to keep child in a harmless area.
- Focus on quality parenting of your kids
- Give clear but reasonable instruction to your child
- Encourage your child to engage in good behaviour. Praise him for the same.
- Reward your kid for good behaviour sometimes, without making it a compulsory habit.
- If any behaviour of your child is disagreeable then ignore it, your child may stop doing that.
- Give your child quality time daily. Spend weekends or vacations together
- Do not repeatedly discuss your child's bad behaviour with him or her.
- Avoid being too harsh or too relaxed with your kid
- Avoid ego or power struggles with your kid
- Never criticize your child in front of others
- Never label your child as 'bad' instead explain him that his behaviour was bad
- Do not always order your kid, sometimes in some situations let him take control
- Avoid setting any targets or activities which are not age appropriate for your kid
- If your child argues with you, do not argue back, instead solve his problem
- Do not punish your kids especially physical punishment, it will make them more revengeful
- Never neglect your affected child