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How to enforce the rules you set, and consequences when those rules are broken. Use [behavior] for questions about why children act the way they do.

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any lesson from being taught if left unchecked. Ultimately I managed to work out a policy of giving lots of positive attention whenever possible, and making 'discipline' from acting out as boring as …
asked Jul 22 '15 by dsollen
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As many have said scientific evidence shows corpal punishment is not the best form of punishment. I want to second that, but at the same time I feel the need to play devil advocate and be fair to spa …
answered May 26 '17 by dsollen
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I won't repeat the already existing, good, answers, but here are a few other options. Let them forget their fighting you If a toddler has it in their mind to be contrary it's hard to get anything …
answered Oct 10 by dsollen
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. The difference is that you should never exaggerate a risk or try to force a child's behavior with it, if you want a child to behave in a specific manner you should use more proven forms of discipline like time out. …
answered Jun 27 '18 by dsollen
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My goddaughter is 2.5 years old and lives in another state. We video chat every week, which she looks forward to, but I only see her in person intermittently. She is also an outgoing and assertive c …
asked Aug 9 '18 by dsollen
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I have ADHD myself, and volunteered with a few kids with it as well. The first thing I would say is that crying and talking back are not related to ADHD. ADHD does not cause or force these behaviors …
answered Jan 9 '17 by dsollen
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As already stated by others you can give it back to him and explain it's for school use only. Explain the restriction for general use applies, but you recognize he must use it for school and he can u …
answered Jun 27 '18 by dsollen
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my parents read to me for quite awhile. I remember as a very young child my father reading Charlett's Web to us, back when I was to young to fully follow it, and later my mother reading a series of b …
answered Mar 3 '17 by dsollen
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My goddaughter is barely 3 years old and I visit and babysit her often, and have her mother's full permission to use time outs when I feel they are appropriate. She is usually pretty well behaved, bu …
asked Nov 1 '18 by dsollen