@sanjuruby3 I agree with @KashmiriFlower in her suggestions. More you shout at your daughter, the situation gets worse over a period of time. Hold her hand, sit down on the ground, and make her listen to your words. When she does, reward her with something she likes. Bring some routine into her habits such as organizing her shoes, selecting her cloth, finishing her homework, etc. the previous night. Tell her that if she wakes up on her own and get ready on time, there will be a reward. Disciplining has to be done in a calmer voice and by one parent at a time. I am glad you both work as a team in disciplining her. It is about channeling her energy in doing her own constructive work as opposed to creating tantrum to spend her energy. Once she falls into that routine, she will feel comfortable and will begin to listen more and more to her parents.