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Disrespectful

How To Deal With A Disrespectful Teen Daughter?

In this counseling answer: •Let her know how it makes you feel and that you have always done what you think is best for her and supported her from birth until now, and you deserve her respect. •Most importantly, explain to her that Islamically we have to be respectful to our parents, even if they …

Sassy, Daughter

What to Do With My Sassy Daughter?

In this counseling answer: •All the children start to come up with silly behavior to attract attention to themselves. So, the mother should control her temper when her daughter does something silly. •Talk to her as a responsible person, befriend her daughter, observe a good diet for her, control what TV programs she watches.  As-salamu …

son, hate

My Son Hates Me

 In this counseling answer: •You need not take any sudden or harsh steps to correct him, but you must at least remind him each time he tells you he hates you that this is not a nice thing to say. •He needs to know that his mother and father care for him and that no …

How to Discipline a Child Who Talks Back?

In this counseling answer: •Try and remain calm. Talk to him back in a calm respectful manner. •If he still continues to answer back then inform him that you will continue the conversation later when you are both more calm and ready to discuss things respectfully. •If these things fail and his disrespect becomes unbearable, then you …

Say No

How to Say No Without Making the Child Sad?

In  this counseling answer: •Not focus so much on your child’s sadness when told “no”. You may wish to comfort your child briefly to assure them of your love, but do not give in. Y•our child as a human being will face some disappointments in life and your sticking to your decisions will help your …

At the End of My Rope with My 5 Year Old Girl

At the End of My Rope with My 5-Year-Old Girl

In this counseling answer: •Make sure that you notice your daughter and praise her for her good actions. Fulfill her need to feel that she belongs to you and is a part of your life. •When your daughter misbehaves because she desires power, make sure you keep your cool. Do not give into the power …

son

Ready to Kick My Son Out of the House

In this counseling answer: •We want to caution you about setting the standards so high and so unachievable that you could be setting up your children for failure. It is natural for each child to have a different personality and a different outlook on life. •Your son neither sounds as though he has a psychological …

Respect

My Son Doesn't Respect Me

In this counseling answer: •Talk with him about what is bothering him (age appropriate). •Do more listening rather than talking. Spend time with him doing things he finds enjoyable. •Ask about school, how things are going for him as far as friends, grades and studies. •Get him involved in Islamic studies for children as well as fun Islamic activities. …

Negative

My Children Insulted by Their Cousin, How to Act?

In this counseling answer: •Try to integrate this child with your children and remember, by doing so you are pleasing Allah Most High; you will be gaining an older sister for them and instead of her bullying them, she can be protective and look after them in school later on. •Talk to her about the …

My Husband Disciplines Our Baby by Hitting him

In this counseling answer: • Under no circumstance should anyone, Muslim or not, hit a baby. • Encourage your husband to play with his son. Suggest they go to the park in the stroller or have your husband feed him. • If your husband gets angry and takes it out on the baby, maybe he can …



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