When you, yourself, present evidence that denies their wishes, the problem is aggravated by the child's resistance and unwillingness to listen. But your request, "Convince me of this", makes the child aware that he/she is responsible for his/her own decisions, when he/she explains and proves, he/she understands the reasons for what he/she wants, what he/she wants, trusts others and himself/herself. it is taught to compare and evaluate what is produced. This question motivates children to analyze and judge. Don't assume that after listening to your child's evidence, you yourself will not change your first decision. It cannot be denied that, perhaps, among the child's evidence there are things that you did not intend and did not notice. Therefore, listen to their words and arguments, and you should get rid of the mistaken idea that changing your decision will ruin your reputation in front of your children. Because by using authority and evidence, you push your child further away. But, on the basis of considering your and your child's feelings and finding the reason together, your act of changing your mind is an example for the flexibility of the child's character, and as he trusts you more and appreciates your trust, he stops being stubborn and has a wise attitude. This is the best parenting method, based on trust, rather than trying to get the child to obey.