Consequences That Actually Work! (Part 3) ~connectedfamilies.org    "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation. Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation.

Forced apologies dont teach true remorse and reconciliation. Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation.Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring.

I love this. "I love you too much to let you behave like that."

I love this. "I love you too much to let you behave like that." Have to Remember this when my children are growing up.

Fill your children with good thoughts before they go to bed. Ask them about…

Fill children with good thoughts at bedtime. Such a sweet, simple & l♡ving bedtime habit❣

Click for a high-quality download to alternatives to saying no to kids even when disciplining

Parenting without saying no, to make "no" more powerful when it's needed.

When I'm Upset Card

When I'm Upset Card - This printable behavior support is a choice card for students with Autism or other visual learners. The "When I'm Upset," card offers students calming choices to be done in a "quiet area," when upset or calming down from a tantrum.

10 Important Life Skills Every Child Should Know. This is a great list of skills. A lot of them are fun to learn, and provide excellent bonding opportunities.

10 Important Tips To Teach Life Skills For Kids

Life Skills For Children: We have compiled 10 skills for you that will help you understand the importance of life skills for children which are very useful and universally acknowledged for kids to learn. Life Skills for Adults, too

#Parenting tip from Dr Robyn Silverman - How to work on #patience with your kids. Visit http://www.drrobynsilverman.com/ for more tips

Parenting tip from Dr Robyn Silverman - How to work on patience with your kids

Lesson 9 In truth, you can't teach children to behave better by making them feel worse. So, be a part of the ‘Construction Team’ rather than the ‘Wrecking Crew’—especially at home with those most dear to you! Lead with love, kindness, and by example, building them up rather than tearing them down. Remember that we are always teaching our kids and they become what we are—so be a positive role model for them (in both word and deed)! PASS IT ON.

it is hard to teach children to behave better by making them feel worse. Try to be a part of the ‘Construction Team’ rather than the ‘Wrecking Crew’—especially at home with those most dear to you! Work on ways to be a positive role model for children.

How can we stop yelling at kids as parents? It is tough, very tough - but if we think why we are yelling, and try and do something about it; it can really help.

I want to stop yelling at my kids infographic

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