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Three Alternatives to Punishment That Help Your Child Do Better

Three Alternatives to Punishment That Help Your Child Do Better

Inside: Discover alternatives to punishment that help your child do better when they are misbehaving. When children are misbehaving, like using back talk, hitting a sibling or refusing to go to bed it might feel challenging to address the situation without resorting to punishments like time out, yelling or grounding. Children benefit from discipline and… Continue Reading

5 Powerful Questions For Setting Limits on Your Child’s Behavior

5 Powerful Questions For Setting Limits on Your Child’s Behavior

Inside: Five questions to help you set limits instead of using punishment when your child misbehaves. “I have tried using warnings, time outs and taking my son’s toys away when he acts out, hits his sister and just overall doesn’t listen to me but it doesn’t work. I hear a lot about setting limits but I… Continue Reading

Consequences Might Be Keeping Your Child Stuck Misbehaving

Consequences Might Be Keeping Your Child Stuck Misbehaving

Inside: Consequences can keep children feeling discouraged and stuck on misbehaving. Discover positive alternatives that help children behave well. Late in the afternoon, on the way home from school, my son took hold of my hand and started talking softly. He spoke so quietly, I could tell something unusual was going on. “I got kicked… Continue Reading

Three Positive Parenting Steps to Transform Misbehavior into Cooperation

Three Positive Parenting Steps to Transform Misbehavior into Cooperation

Stop your child’s misbehavior and increase listening by following simple positive discipline steps that encourage cooperation. There were jeans and inside out t-shirts scattered between legos and nerf darts. It was almost the end of the day and my son hadn’t picked up his room. I had asked him earlier in the day, probably more… Continue Reading

Tantrum and Anger Management Using A Calming Kit

Tantrum and Anger Management Using A Calming Kit

Inside: Calming Down isn’t Always Easy For Children. Help your child manage tantrums, anger and frustration and learn self-regulation skills with a calming kit. “Got anything I can smash around here?” asked my daughter with a crinkly face and closed fists one day. Anger management and self regulation are skills that children need practice to master.… Continue Reading

Effectively Help Your Misbehaving Child With These Brain Based Discipline Techniques

Effectively Help Your Misbehaving Child With These Brain Based Discipline Techniques

Discipline Your Misbehaving Child With Positive and Proven Strategies. Do you really want to spend the next several years with your child shouting, threatening, nagging and feeling exasperated day in and day out? Here are proven positive strategies to change behavior and help your child grow responsible and healthy. Continue Reading

Positive Parenting: What Really Helps Children During Tantrums

Positive Parenting: What Really Helps Children During Tantrums

Children have tantrums. It’s practically inevitable. Even if you set out to parent in a kind and connected way, tantrums can happen. They happen because tantrums are a sign of emotional overload. Tantrums are a request for loving guidance. Tantrums are emotional outbursts. During a tantrum a child may meltdown, cry and scream. Sometimes children… Continue Reading

Have A Happy Holiday Season With These Proven Parenting Tips

Have A Happy Holiday Season With These Proven Parenting Tips

The holiday season can be a big trap for stress and parenting self-sabotage. For the next several weeks, you may have high expectations for good, cooperative behavior.  You may get tired of fielding requests for big, expensive or so very many gifts. Comments from relatives at family gatherings may trigger self-doubt.  Little elves on shelves eagerly waiting to report… Continue Reading

Discipline When Young Children Become Aggressive

Discipline When Young Children Become Aggressive

 Aggressive toddlers and preschoolers need your guidance when they act in aggressive and other unhelpful ways. It’s quite normal for toddlers and preschoolers to struggle with aggression. When your child acts aggressively it is typically a sign that she is feeling upset, scared or overwhelmed. Aggression can also be a sign that your child has… Continue Reading

25 Questions That Get Kids to Talk About School

25 Questions That Get Kids to Talk About School

What are you looking forward to learning in school tomorrow/this month/this year? Talking to children about school gives us a really wonderful opportunity to discover how our children are doing, adjusting, learning and getting along with peers and teachers. So, has your child shared a special moment about school with you this year? Continue Reading

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