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How to Prevent and Address Aggressive Behavior in Young Children

January 21, 2018

Many toddlers display some form of  aggressive behavior. It is often part of a learning curve.  The toddler may not have the language and speech skills needed to use words. However, she may be able to express her frustration or anger with aggression.  Obviously, she needs more tools. When parents see the first signs of […]

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Yelling and Discipline for your Child

January 21, 2018

Parents discipline their children in different ways. Some believe tine outs teach lessons while others believe discipline should be taught with tone or force. Each of these strategies have their means of working while each also have means of not. This article is going to take a look at how the effectiveness of yelling as […]

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Discipling Methods for Children

January 20, 2018

The age old problem of how to administer effective discipline to children will probably still haunt parents a hundred years from now.  Everybody is different and family units vary widely in structure. There is no set answer as how to effectively modify behavior without breaking young people’s spirit that will fit all circumstances.  There are, […]

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Disciplining your Toddler beyond the Time out

January 20, 2018

To most people, the words “disciplining your toddler” seem to strike a wide array of difficult questions. 1. How old should my child be when I begin to discipline? Simply, the earlier the better. Disciplining should begin early in order to ensure  your child respects you and your rule. However, it’s important to make sure […]

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Child Misbehavior

January 20, 2018

Perhaps you have experienced your toddler screaming and kicking while you are in the mall or making a scene while you are in a park. Don’t panic. This is actually quite common for toddlers who are out to explore the world now that they have acquired new skills. These kids are eager to try different […]

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Is Time out an Effective Discipline Strategy for Children – Yes

January 20, 2018

We have all seen it, or, worse, been a part of it; a child and a parent are screaming back and forth at each other, and all anyone is doing is getting madder.  Everyone in the store, park, or even the neighbors, all worry that things are going to escalate out of control.  Whether you […]

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How to Stop Yelling at your Children

January 20, 2018

This question has plagued all parents at one time or another during their stint as a parent.  Parenthood starts out with the most positive promise that this is going to be the best experience in your life. But this is not always the case. It seems that once your children learn how to talk it […]

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Disciplining your Toddler beyond the Time out

January 20, 2018

HOW DO YOU RAISE A WELL MANNERED CHILD? There is hundreds of books telling you how to raise a child. Everyone seems to have a different opinion or technique and swear it will work. I’m not much of a reader. And I’m the first to admit that I most likely have done all the wrong […]

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Children Whine for Attention

January 20, 2018

One of the more annoying negative behaviors children often display is whining. Children might whine for attention or to cajole their parents into giving them what they want. If not discouraged, whining can become a habit.  Giving in to a whining child reinforces the bad habit. Since whining is learned behavior, it can easily be […]

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How to get Young Children to do as they are Told

January 20, 2018

Young children, especially those under the age of six or seven, can be difficult at times. If you have multiple young children, it’s imperative that they do as they are told and that the household runs smoothly. Otherwise, total chaos will quickly occur.  However, even the most docile child can occasionally be difficult and refuse […]

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