Most of us were yelled at as kids, so we assume that yelling is what we’re supposed to do when correcting our own kid’s behavior. But yelling at a child produces fear and resentment, not cooperation. Here's how to change your response to misbehavior.
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Do you ever wonder why, despite the fact that you've told your child the house rules, he still isn’t cooperating? Kids need the rules broken down into age appropriate steps so that there are no questions. Here are some examples that will help you do this
The scariest thing in the world is seeing your child bolt from your side and run straight into traffic. Here are two smart ways to teach little ones how to be safe and responsible pedestrians — without constantly holding their hands.
There are many professionals who say they have the answers to what’s going on with your child, and how you should parent. Some even suggest that their knowledge is more important than your intuition as a mom. I'm a parenting coach myself, but I disagree!