MOST COMMON PARENTING CHALLENGES AND WAYS TO OVERCOME THEM (cont.d) 7) Constant Whining and Complaining First of all, whining accident to Google in dictionary.com is a verb (used without object), whined, whin·ing. to utter a low, usually nasal, complaining cry or sound, as from uneasiness, discontent, peevishness, etc. Fir example: The puppies were whining from hunger. Kids whine because: �they want to be seen, heard and valued. � when emotionally, they need help to stay calm. When they want to just be the babies/little kids they are. � when they feel that they don't get/have enough of your attention and care. Nearly all children whine and complain to their parents for the smallest of things. Considering the reasons listed above, it's best to talk with the child the moment you hear him/her complain and offer a solution quickly. As you educate him/her in communicating his issues the right way instead of whining all the time, little by little, you begin to notice a change. Let the child know that he/she can is able and smart enough to independently resolve certain problems. It starts from the mind! Your child needs to know and believe that he or she can even though it might not be easy. Illustrate these in form of a captivating/funny story. Dear Mums and Dads, don't give up when it feels frustrating and you don't seem to see any improvement in the behaviors of your kids. I strongly believe that: WITH TIME, AN EGG WILL WALK!� Follow, like and comment for more useful tips concerning you and your kids. Also, chat us up for your elegant, unique, quality and affordable kids dresses. You can CLICK on this link for purchase or DM for enquiries: A trial will definitely convince you �. Thanks for taking out time to read this post�. Do have a lovely day�.