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- When your child yells at you: Expecting and teaching respectful behavior
- Do punishments teach? Does a child need to suffer to learn?
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- The Dreaded Public Meltdown: What do I do now?
- No More Begging to Get Your Child to Do What you Ask
Taking a break is one of the most effective lifelong calming strategies. Unfortunately, for children time-out is all too often used as a punishment.
Do you dread mealtimes knowing there will be at least one meltdown during the meal? Does your child refuse to eat what you are serving? Are you bribing your child to take one more bite? Is food a major source of power struggles in your home?
Daylight Savings time is the perfect springboard into power struggles over bedtime and wake up routines because our body clock does not switch as quickly as the clock on our phone.
Late bedtimes, disrupted routines, unsolicited advice, too much sugar and CLUTTER from all the gifts bringing you down? Here are seven steps to help you REBOUND from the post-holiday blues.
On Sunday, March 12 we spring forward one hour. It is the perfect springboard into power struggles over bedtime and wake up routines because our body clock does not switch as quickly as the clock on our phone.