Forget yelling and nagging. Focus on positive discipline to bring out the best in your kids and create a more harmonious household
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To combat aggressiveness, teach assertiveness. Use these discipline tips to deal with an aggressive child. The article gives age by age suggestions for getting your child to keep his hands to himself.
Turn problem behaviors into teachable moments. Understand your child's behavior and the goals of discipline. Avoid strategies that send mixed messages.
Get your child to finish her homework without too much nagging. Set a homework schedule, and ensure that homework is not only completed, but turned in. Includes tips for easing homework angst.
David Walsh, Ph.D explains why it's important for kids to hear the word no from their parents. He describes how to say no without hurting your child's self-esteem. Walsh also points out the right times to say
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Find the right words to boost your tween's self-confidence. Find out how you can support her goals with positive reinforcement.
To succeed in this complicated world, children need to develop their capacity for tolerance and respect. Learn how you can share those values with yoru child.
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