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Bad Words From Good Children

When Young Children Use Profanity

The terms cursing and dirty language are used broadly to refer to several categories of offensive speech: name calling, insulting, profanity, slang, vulgarity, obscenity, epithets, slurs, and scatology. Each of these categories represents a differ...

My Child Uses Dirty Words

Does your child use bad words? How do you react when you find your child using dirty words? Read on to learn how children pickup foul language and find tips for stopping children from using bad words. Shyama Dalal was horrified when her five-year-...

When Good Kids Say Bad Words

“Oh, bugger!” exclaimed my three-year-old son. The determination on his face was intense, and his eyebrows furrowed as he let out the expletive. The challenge at hand was trying to insert an oversized Lego man through the tiny window of a toy car,...

The Mom List Of Naughty Words

We all know the really bad words, like those that would get us into seriously hot water at work. But there's another list to be aware of, too. Mom Cristina A. calls them "ugly words," while other moms call them "bad" or "potty" words. While they'r...

Inappropriate Language – When Children Use “Bad Words”

Most people who care for children have run into at least one child who swears, uses “potty talk,” or uses hurtful or socially unacceptable language. At some time in their development, young children experiment with language, as they learn what is ...

Why Kids Curse

No one expects a 3-year-old who loves to dress like a princess to swear like a sailor. But early exposure is not so uncommon. Who's to blame? Well, there's a pretty apt quote from a 1970 Pogo cartoon: "We have met the enemy, and he is us." The "us...

Will Swearing Harm Your Child?

Most parents try hard to protect their children from hearing swear words, and children are often punished or reprimanded when they use profane language. The federal government seeks to protect children from hearing swear words through censoring of...

How To Avoid A Child To Say Bad Words?

How to avoid a child to say bad words? In the life of every child can be a time when you start using profanity. As parents often do not, many of them are shocked and react desperate, not knowing how to handle the situation. Here are some tips for ...

Handling Swearing And Cursing: A Guide For Parents

“Kids say the darnedest things” is a saying that we’ve all heard. And if you’re a parent, you know just how true it is. But when they utter expletives, it can be rather shocking. When very young children swear, it’s usually a matter of repeating t...

3 Year Old - How To Stop Swearing?

Telling a child that a word is “bad” just increases his fascination with it. Let's try three other strategies. First, we will explain why the word is problematic and give him substitutes. At the same time, we'll give him an opportunity to experime...

9 Rules Of Swearing For My Children

I have heard your furious whispers. I have seen your trembling hands move quickly to hide the scribbled notes. I know — you’re experimenting with some new language. Technically, those strong words are called profanities, and they aren’t new at all...

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Bad Words From Good Children

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What do you do when the good tongue of your kids utter profane words?