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Top 5 Positive Discipline Parenting Tools You Need in 2013 - blog post from Think It Through Parenting

Top 5 Positive Discipline Parenting Tools You Need in 2013 - blog post from Think It Through Parenting

Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

Every child needs to grow up money-smart. This site help guide parents and educators on what age groups should know at their age.

Pay attention... you have done all that is not effective to your son... Now he is 3 decades + old and can't even function. Still being self-righteous!

Pay attention... you have done all that is not effective to your son... Now he is 3 decades + old and can't even function. Still being self-righteous!

Children feel encouraged when they think you understand their point of view, which is a great way to create connection. Once they feel understood, they are more willing to listen to your point of view and to work on a solution to the problem. Remember that children are more likely to listen to you after they feel listened to.

Children feel encouraged when they think you understand their point of view, which is a great way to create connection. Once they feel understood, they are more willing to listen to your point of view and to work on a solution to the problem. Remember that children are more likely to listen to you after they feel listened to.

Children do better when they feel better. - An excerpt from the Audio CD Building Self-Esteem Through Positive Discipline by Dr. Jane Nelsen

Children do better when they feel better. - An excerpt from the Audio CD Building Self-Esteem Through Positive Discipline by Dr. Jane Nelsen

Children under the age of three do not understand “no” in the way most parents think they do. (And a full understanding of “no” doesn’t occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) “No” is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy and initiative.

Children under the age of three do not understand “no” in the way most parents think they do. (And a full understanding of “no” doesn’t occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) “No” is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy and initiative.

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