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  • Sandra Owen

    Some good ideas in here to stop saying "No" to your kid but still help them understand right from wrong

  • Rachelle Hempel

    Great ideas for the adult to get rid of always saying "NO"

  • Sun-Hee Lee

    Positive Parenting Toddlers: How To Get Rid of NO!

  • Meredith Shackelford

    @Tiffany Koshiol because your babys rude

  • Alyssa Chapman

    A good reminder (easy with the first kid, consecitively harder with #2 and #3) How To Get Rid of No | Little Stories | Early Speech & Language Development

  • Rebekah Phelan

    Easy Ways to Get Rid of the “NO!” 1. Eliminate the need for “NO” wherever you can. Of course I understand this is much easier said than done, but cutting down on the reasons to say no will make a big difference. If there are breakable or unsafe items in your home, put them out of reach until your toddler is a little older. Try to block off areas that have more risk than toddler friendly spaces. 2. Find the positive. For every negative, there is a positive. “Don’t climb on that” could be changed to “Keep your feet on the floor.” “No hitting” easily becomes “Hands are for clapping, hands are for hugging.” When they are older, and have stronger verbal skills, “No hitting,” can be replaced with, “You look angry. Let me help you use your words.” “No running” can be replaced with “Walking feet.” Can you hear how different each suggestion sounds? With positive comments you are guiding kids to do what you want them to do.

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