*Praise your child often when they perform a good deed or accomplish a new task.
*Set simple, clear and consistent rules so your child knows exactly what is expected and the consequences of misbehaving or breaking the rules.
*Maintain a consistent daily routine for your child as much as possible, and make sure your child gets lots of physical activity and time to play and socialize with their friends.
*Encourage your child to learn how to make appropriate choices, and encourage your child to do things for themselves.
*Allow your child to talk about strong feelings, which will help them work through their anger and frustration.
*Spend lots of quality time with your child, and encourage them to become involved in activities that foster cooperation and a sense of accomplishment. If you have great expectations of your child, they will put forth their very best.