Teaching and disciplining a child is never easy, but when it’s done calmly and with love it is much more effective and will likely strengthen your relationship. "Why Your Kids Aren't Listening to You"
Positive Discipline: Control Your Behavior- I take mommy time outs whenever I need them and my kids know that I need it to regroup and try again. Also, I always have modeled genuine apology when I make mistakes and leave my rational brain- it happens to us all!
How to discipline kids when you want to reach their hearts. This whole blog is great, I'm saving it for future reference.
Conflict resolution is an important behavior skill kids need to learn early to reduce sibling rivalry. This agreement helps outline what sibling behavior is acceptable, and most importantly what consequences a child can expect if they break the agreement and use poor behavior. If a child violates this agreement, the discipline for this child may involve kids agreeing do the chores of another sibling, receive a sibling’s allowance, or even clean their room.
Teaching kids to site still in church - and other situations. It makes so much sense. My mom did all these things with us, and we had little to no problems sitting through church. This is an amazing blog/post. Good advice. Other links on discipline are good too.
Expose your kids to chores at a young age to instill the idea of discipline.
An easy to understand "If-Then Chart" helps keep discipline consistent with the kids.
Books for kids about appropriate touch, safety, and sexual abuse from Pragmatic Mom. Along with reading about personal safety and talking with your children, use the Conscious Discipline tool of teaching them their "Big Voice" as featured in Dr. Bailey's book, Shubert's Big Voice. Statistics have shown that children who speak up are less vulnerable to many kinds of maltreatment. #iheartcd
Thought this was interesting though I don't have kids. This could help in disciplining toddlers