27e5971a7645f544_quiet_sign.previewParenting and yelling, for many parents they seem to go hand in hand.

The problem with yelling is it doesn’t do what parents think it does.

Yelling actually stops a child from listening.

Yelling prevents the correction a parent is trying to make from registering with a child.

Yelling slows the process of correcting behavior down by causing the child to focus in another direction. 

My article, How Yelling Keeps Kids From Listening on PopSugar explains how yelling sets the correction process on hold. Read http://www.popsugar.com/moms/How-Do-You-Get-Kids-Listen-27330539?ref=35921580 then let me know what you think.