my daughter is only five and she has ATTITUDE HELP

United States
June 5, 2008 8:32pm CST
Hi everyone. I love my daughter to pieces but here lately she has had this really nasty attitude with me and i don't know why. I just don't understand it. When i scold her she sucks her teeth, rolls her eyes and stomps off. I have punished her for it. nothing works. Has anyone else had this problem with their daughter. please give me some pointers, tips, any thing I just want my sweet little daughter back.
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@deebomb (15322)
• United States
6 Jun 08
I would set her down the next time she sucks her teeth,or rolls her eye and stomps off and let her know that you will not tolerate those actions and then the very next time she will spend time in her room (with out tv,or any other toys)for at least 10 min. You're going to have to get tough with her to put a stop to this way of behaving or it will get worse. Kids want to respect you but at the same time yu have to get their rest and letting her get away with these actions you're say I don't deserve her respect. You also might want to check out her friends and see how they treat their parents.
@ashly1979 (1376)
• United States
6 Jun 08
i dont have a daughter have you try to talk to your daughter and ask her why she is acting like that that sounds like my sister little girl how is 6 now she is just like what you said your daughter did i guess it is a thing for kids when they are growing up i guess sorry i can not help you on this one my son he is 6 now every time he see me he is really mean to me he dont live with me he lives with a other women and her kids you know kids is not going to hate anyone at a youg age the women had to teach my son to hate me i dont know why she did that or her kids the women little girl is 13 now and the boy is 7 i think and the women boy ack me to me to i see your post and i thought i would share my story with you about kids take care
@ssh123 (31100)
• India
6 Jun 08
Children ought to be corrected at the right age and sometimes, it is very unpleasant work to execute. All love and affection is wonderful, but then there is a need to put a limitation to it. Papmptering too much may lead to development of arrogancy and more demands from the children and in fact it is the parents (some of them) who spoil the children without proper control. Where they deserve to be appreciated it should be done, where they go wrong, they should be told strictly, if they do not heed to kind words.