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Instead of “No” …

Why do some parents just love saying “No” and others try to avoid it like the plague? Control is most important to “brick-wall” parents and what is more symbolic of your power than to refuse permission? Sometimes under stressful conditions, … Continue reading

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Instead of Punishment … ???

In How to Talk so Kids Will Listen & Listen so Kids Will Talk, HarperCollins Publishers, Inc., New York, N.Y., 1999, Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlich look at discipline as an education process that helps both parents and children to develop … Continue reading

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Alternative to Punishment

If you shouldn’t punish or use “the stick“, what are you supposed to do when your child acts up? Haim G. Ginott (1922–1973) was a school teacher in Israel, a child psychologist and psychotherapist, and a parent educator. He pioneered … Continue reading

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Discipline – Do’s & Don’ts

“Rewards and punishments are the lowest form of education.” Chuang-Tzu Definition of Discipline Discipline is one of those words that can have many meanings depending on the individuals involved and the circumstance. Merriam-Webster covers the possibilities by including the harshness … Continue reading

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