Parenting And Disciplining Strong Willed Children:…

By | July 27, 2019

Parenting And Disciplining Strong Willed Children:...

The word discipline can have some negative connotations associated with it. When it comes to parenting, discipline is used to civilize your children. Discipline does not have to be a bad thing. It can be a fun and awarding time for you to show your child what the limits of their behavior are.   
All children are different, and not all discipline styles will work for every child. So if you are looking for a quick fix solution to help your child grows as an individual. I am sorry. Finding the right discipline style for your child or children is a trial and error process. On this book you’ll learn how to go about this systematically both for average children, including the super stubborn, strong willed kids!
What is Your Discipline Style?
The Drill Sergeant vs. The Pushover
How to become a Golden Disciplinarian
Reward Good Behavior
Clarify Your Rules
State The Purpose
The “I Know” Neutralizer
Redirect Your Kids Attentions
Give Them Options
Have A Conversation, Not A Lecture
Actions and Not Words
Model Good Behavior
End The Day on a Positive Note
Bow to Their Eye Level
How To Eliminate Spanking as a Viable Option
Choose Not To Spank
Tell The Village
Learn About Childhood Development
Vary Your Techniques
Use Natural Consequences:
Logical Consequences:
The Reward System:
Positive Discipline:
The Point System:
Keep At It
Keep Track of Behavior
How To Condition Your Children’s Behavior
Classical Conditioning
Operant Conditioning
Types of Punishments
Positive Punishments
Negative Punishments
Types of Reinforcements
Positive Reinforcements
Negative Reinforcements
How Reign in Strong Willed Children
Balance Your Authority with Your Child’s Independence
Hone Your Detective Skills
Get Your Child’s Input
Always Find A Positive Side of Bad Behavior
Put A Stop To Hitting
Listen To Your Child

Parenting And Disciplining Strong Willed Children:...

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