Category Archives: discipline

Free from the Excessive Television Trap

“You must cut down on your child’s screen time,” I remember uttering enthusiastically at the hundreds of parent-teacher conferences, I conducted. As a teacher, I was well aware of the hazards of children spending excessive time watching television and playing … Continue reading

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Stress-Free Discipline Part II

Offering Choices Leads to Cooperation There are times when “I-messages” don’t always result in cooperation. But this doesn’t mean yelling or getting mad is inevitable. Giving choices is the next logical step to getting your child to listen. When we … Continue reading

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Stress-Free Discipline Part I

Effective, Gentle Discipline that Works Do you ever find yourself repeatedly telling your child to stop doing something? Do you get tired of sounding like a broken record? My husband and I faced this challenge until recently. Here’s what would … Continue reading

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