Discipline That Works
All children "misbehave" sometimes, and all parents wonder how to stop the misbehavior. But that's only half of our mission as parents. The other half is raising a child who internalizes our guidance to become "self-disciplined." The most effective "discipline" for your child is always positive, loving, gentle guidance. Here's why.
A script for setting limits with a toddler or preschooler. Before long, your child will climb reluctantly from the swing into her stroller when you say it's time for lunch.Read More
How will children learn to do the right thing, if they don't suffer the consequences when they do the wrong thing?Read More
The truth is that virtually all of us were wounded as children, and if we don't heal those wounds, they prevent us from parenting our children optimally.Read More
Learn how to help your child break through his anger to release the tears and fears underneath, by building safety through play.Read More
Next time you find yourself about to blurt out a threat or give a "consequence", try one of these responses.Read More