Discipline Sitemap - Page 2 2016-09-26
7 Strategies for Resolving Sibling Rivalry
These strategies can help put a stop to sibling rivalry fast.
7 Ways to Help an Angry Child
Some kids just seem to have a short fuse, but that doesn't mean they can't learn how to manage their anger.
Stop Trying to be Perfect: You're a Good Enough Mother
Stop pressuring yourself to be a perfect parent. Give yourself permission to be good enough.
Why Shaming Children Doesn't Change Their Behavior
Shaming children for their misbehavior isn't likely to motivate them to behave better in the future.
9 Things Calm Parents Do
Calm parents experience inner peace and project outer tranquility with these strategies.
7 Ways to Teach Your Child Life Lessons
Your child won't learn life's most important lessons at school - he'll learn them from you. Be a good teacher.
4 Ways to Get Over the Guilt of Disciplining Your Child
Establishing rules and handing out consequences makes some parents feel guilty. Here are 4 strategies that can help you get over those guilty feelings.
What Should You Do if You Suspect Your Child is Lying?
The way you respond to dishonesty plays a major role in how likely your child is to lie again.
The Dangers of Putting Too Much Pressure on Kids
While high expectations of children can be healthy, putting them under too much pressure can be harmful.
When Do Child Behavioral Problems Require Professionals?
If your child exhibits these behavior problems, seek professional help right away.
Yelling at Kids can be Just as Harmful as Spanking
If you substitute spanking for yelling, you may not be doing your child any favors.
7 Tips for Teaching Your Child to Behave Responsibly
Take a proactive approach to raising an independent child who will become a responsible adult.
6 Ways to Get Teenagers to do Chores Without Nagging
Nagging your teen to do his chores will only increase his dependence on you. These strategies will help him become more responsible on his own.
9 Ways to Teach Your Child to Behave Respectfully
If you don't teach your child about respect, someone else will. Get proactive in teaching your child how to behave in a respectful manner.
What's the Right Age to Start Disciplining Kids?
Age appropriate discipline is the key to creating teachable moments.
Inadequate Sleep for Toddlers Linked to Preschool Problems
New research links inadequate sleep at 18 months to increased behavioral and emotional problems at age 5.
5 Ways to Deal with a Child Who Won't Listen
If your tired of repeating your instructions, these strategies can get your child to listen the first time you speak.
3 Discipline Strategies that can Send the Wrong Message to Your Child
Some discipline strategies aren't effective in teaching your child to change his behavior. Learn how to avoid these discipline mistakes.