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â« Shawnn âªâ«â« - posted on 04/01/2014
Well, first, stop allowing people to use inappropriate language around him.
And, every time he uses an 'adult' word, correct him. He didn't figure this out on his own, he's been around someone who consistently swears as a form of venting.
Caley - posted on 04/02/2014
Every kid I've ever met has gone through a swearing phase. The more attention you give the child the more the he will think it's funny and keep doing it. Explain that that word is an adult word and not a word that is ok for little kids to you and then tell the child that each time they say the swear word it's a time out/ stand in the corner kind of punishment.
Crazy103 - posted on 04/01/2014
Hi! First of all, you didn't teach your son these words, right, didn't you? Second, I think that you shouldn't scold him too much! Maybe you say those swear words when you scold him, didn't you? Third, you need to teach your son (but don't scold)! Tell him that these words are not good, and teach him the good words.
Preeti - posted on 04/01/2014
when i realize about this i stop her to playing with my child but after few days my son is not forgetting that word when he is in anger like demanding something that is not fulfill then he use that word but in normal position he use don't.will he forget?
[momoftwo] - posted on 04/01/2014
Well the parents of the three year old should be correcting her language as well... but as it stands with your child, they should not be around the three year old anymore while that language is going on otherwise it wont stop.
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