Positive Discipline

Learn powerful techniques and strategies for implementing positive discipline in your parenting. Create a loving and respectful environment for your child with these top ideas.
Having a 2 or 3-year-old not listening to anything you say is of the most frustrating things about raising a young child. But using positive language instead of negative language can make a huge difference! Your child will be more willing to listen to you and you\'ll find a very effective way to communicate with your child! | Positive discipline | Positive parenting tips | Gentle parenting Mindfulness, Parents, Parenting Tips, Gentle Parenting, Parenting Knowledge, Parenting Quotes, Parenting Advice, Parenting Hacks, Good Parenting

Having a 2 or 3-year-old not listening to anything you say is of the most frustrating things about raising a young child. But using positive language instead of negative language can make a huge difference! Your child will be more willing to listen to you and you\'ll find a very effective way to communicate with your child! | Positive discipline | Positive parenting tips | Gentle parenting

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Have a list of age appropriate consequences for kids ready to go for when you need it. These child discipline ideas are good parenting to stop child behavior problems. #correctingbadbehavior #goodparenting #raisinggoodkids #childbehavior #intentionalparenting #appropriateconsequences #childdiscipline Humour, Pre K, Parenting Tips, Parents, Parenting Hacks, Parenting Advice, Parenting Discipline, Parenting, Intentional Parenting

Have a list of age appropriate consequences for kids ready to go for when you need it. These child discipline ideas are good parenting to stop child behavior problems. #correctingbadbehavior #goodparenting #raisinggoodkids #childbehavior #intentionalparenting #appropriateconsequences #childdiscipline

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Sarah Marandi-Steeves, LCSW, PLLC | Clinical Psychotherapist, Entrepreneur, & Blogger
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Positive Discipline Parent Tool by Dr. Jane Nelsen Billy is sad because his friend doesn’t want to play with him. Susan is angry because she doesn’t want to pick up her toys. Tammie hates her baby brother and wants to hit him. Billy’s Mom tries to comfort him by saying, “Don’t feel sad, Billy. You have other friends, and I love you.” Susan’s Dad tries to squelch Susan’s anger by getting angry at her, “Don’t act like such a spoiled brat. Do you expect me to do everything? Can’t you be more…

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