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Book Review - Positive Discipline

Our son is our pride and joy. We love him and want the best for him. So when I saw this book, I knew I had to read it. 275 more words


Engaging experiences (41 out of 365) #blogaday

“We do not believe that the basics are reading, writing, and arithmetic…the basics are courage, confidence, and life skills because with these, children have fertile ground on which to plant the seeds of academics and to live successfully in the world” (Nelsen, Lott, & Glenn). 306 more words

Field Placement

A new twist on natural consequences...

“My sons are 24 and 27 and that is definitely the way I disciplined them…there are lots of opportunities for them to learn their own consequences…I used to make them “watch” the clock and tell Mummy when it was time to drive them to school, got them to tell Mummy when it was time to do the laundry because the basket was full – all this seemed to make them more aware and share the responsibility of being a family.” (Oh2bhuman, on… 330 more words


Talking To Toddlers - How To Use Positive Discipline

Trying to win an argument with a toddler is like trying to hopscotch on quicksand – it’s not going to work. Yelling at a child… 77 more words


7 Ways to Get Little Kids to Leave a Place They Don’t Want to Leave

  by Erin Leyba, LCSW, PhD

We all love to take young kids to fun places such as the pool, the park, the children’s museum, or a whole gym full of bouncy houses. 848 more words

Working Mom

Behavior is the tip of the iceberg


This comes from Positive Discipline, which is based on the work of Adler and Dreikurs. More here http://www.adlerian.us/dealing.htm.

The biggest clue for which mistaken goal your child is living in is… 219 more words


Game of Thrones :)

I hate to take this on, but this is one area where nice, normal people go crazy, so I might as well join in. The craziness seems to be most acute in America. 436 more words