discipline

 

7 Foundational Principles Of Tried-and-True Discipline

For a tried-and-true approach to disciplining your children, try these 7 foundational principles.
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By: @MarkMerrill
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Saying “NO” to your kids with confidence!

Saying “No” to your kids is such a simple word but so many parents find it difficult to incorporate it into their discipline strategies – it’s about feeling confident in your own ability as a parent so then the ability to say “no” becomes a powerful behaviour shaping tool in your parenting toolkit!
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By: @SueAtkins
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Tips on the Steps of Positive Discipline

These steps include I messages and empathy to manage emotions, positive intent to better view behaviors, choices to teach and consequences when all else fails.
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By: @DrReneParenting
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Power struggles and little kids

The little things we battle over with our children, like putting on shoes and eating vegetables, leave us exhausted and make us wonder who is in charge.
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By: @60secondparent
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Parenting 101: Got a Severe Case of Don’t-itis?

How to Discipline Your Kids Without Always Saying NO!
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By: @CarlaYoung
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Discipline with Kindness and Firmness

Finally my friend looked at me in total defeat and said, "You're the expert. What should I do?"
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By: @pregnancyorg
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The Art of Discipline

Today, discipline and punishment are two words often used interchangeably by parents, care providers as well as teachers and even health care providers. And although they both involved how we interact with our children when they are not behaving the way we want them to, they are not the same.
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By: @SoulfulParent
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Alternatives to “no!”

Are you saying “no” so often it’s beginning to lose its impact? Parent educator and Supernanny expert Judy Arnall reckons putting a positive spin on it can help.
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By: @supernanny_com
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Why Children Misbehave: 8 Reasons and 8 Solutions

One of the most common expressions parents can be heard saying is, “I don’t understand why he’s/she’s doing that”. There are eight, very common reasons why children misbehave. It is extremely useful for parents to know these because if they can pinpoint the root cause of the misbehavior, they can be more successful at reducing it.
www.positivelyparentingonline.com

By: @PositivelyPrnt
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Alternatives to “no!”

Are you saying “no” so often it’s beginning to lose its impact? Parent educator and Supernanny expert Judy Arnall reckons putting a positive spin on it can help…
www.supernanny.com

By: @supernanny_com
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