7 edition of Mom"s guide to disciplining your child found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-202) and index.
|Other titles||Disciplining your child|
|Statement||Vicki Poretta & Ericka Lutz.|
|LC Classifications||HQ770.4 .P67 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 205 p. :|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||97073175|
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Out of 5 stars An Excellent Guide To Disciplining Your Kids (When You Really Hate Doing It!) Reviewed in the United States on October 8, This is a wonderfully written and handy guide for anyone who is raising a beautiful child in this crazy world.5/5(1).
The Mom's Guide to Disciplining Your Child is specially designed to help busy moms of kids age 8–14 take a more active role in shaping their kids' behavior. Produced by Alpha Books, the team that publishes the highly successful Complete Idiot's Guide series, Mom's Guides are easy to use and written in a warm, conversational tone by moms who Author: Ericka Lutz, Vicki Poretta.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Disciplining your child: Responsibility. When you think of disciplining your child, your heart may drop as your head goes to the mostly negative types of punishment that get associated with discipline.
It doesn't have to be that way though and this book is a guide that parents can use to instill a type of discipline that is based on the principle of mutual respect between parent and. Get this from a library. Good mother's guide to disciplining your child. [Vicki Poretta; Ericka Lutz] -- With this informative and entertaining guide, moms and parents alike will learn how to discipline their children with reason and confidence.
When it comes to fixing bad behavior, moms are the real experts. Read on for smart strategies that will put a stop to whining, tantrums, back talk, and more. the next time your child has a meltdown. Discipline techniques that involve a physical or even emotional disconnection can actually cause major problems in the long run, says Vanessa Lapointe, Ph.
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Siegel (Goodreads Author) avg rating — 17, ratings. Start disciplining children at nine-months old. For babies, the best response is re-direction. Remove the temptation or redirect your child to another activity.
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The. Physical touch—hugs, a kiss on the cheek, a pat on the back—are tangible reminders to your child that you love him. And if you’ve established a bond of touch in your relationship with your child, it will be all the more natural to conclude your time of discipline with a reassuring and reconnecting hug.
Toddler Discipline: 7 Techniques for Disciplining the Difficult Toddler is your one-stop guide to learning how to effectively discipline your toddler.
If you are tired of all the screaming, spanking, and frustrations, then this is the book for you. While spanking children is a form of discipline, most experts argue that it’s not an effective form of teaching. “The child cries and stops the behavior, only going back to doing the same thing moments later because he never truly learned the lesson,” says Deborah Tillman, a parenting and child care expert on Lifetime TV’s America’s Supernanny.
Do you fear disciplining your child. The word discipline conjures up many different ideas. What does it look like to you. My idea of discipline is guiding and correcting my children to do the RIGHT thing in place of doing the WRONG thing.
Sometimes this includes some consequences. Set a reminder to make sure hugging is part of your daily routine. In the recent Trolls movie, the trolls wore watches with alarm clocks that would go off every hour for hug that's what it takes, then set yourself an alarm.
Or make sure to give your kids a hug during certain times of the day, such as before they leave for school, when they get home from. If you are distressed about your child’s errant ways, this is among the best Christian parenting books for you. Discover the impact of disciplining your child, teaching about sin, the human heart, obedience, and the gospel of Christ.
Let your child understand these facets of Christianity from the insights therein. Long before I left my medical practice I had read every Dr. Dobson book on how to raise children and be a good parent. Barb and I felt as though we were sitting at his feet whenever we read — and reread — a chapter from Dare to Discipline or The Strong-Willed Child.
From Dr. Dobson’s writings, we found 6 key principles, which I outlined in God’s Design for the Highly Healthy. Let the above principles guide you in your specific interactions with your child when they act out offensively. How to discipline a disrespectful child involves planning ahead of time what your rules, expectations, and limits for behavior are and then teaching them to your kids.
World-renowned psychologist and marriage, family, and child counselor James Dobson talks about different aspects of discipline in areas of parenting, education, and morality.
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Remember that young children especially, don’t realize that they’re being ungrateful. You have to point the issue out to them. Once your child has been properly disciplined, talk about some of the things to be grateful for.
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The Everything Toddler Book: From Controlling Tantrums to Potty Training, Practical Advice to Get Your and Your Toddler Through the Formative Years. According to the book No More Perfect Kids: Love Your Kids for Who They Are, positive discipline is based on minimizing the child’s frustrations and therefore reducing misbehavior rather than giving punishments.
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Together, they cited 15 references. This article has also been viewed 1, times. In an ideal world, spanking would never happen%(99). Christian Parents who want advice on raising children can find help from this selection of studies for both individual and group study.
Some studies are written exclusively for moms or dads. Availability: Expected to ship on or about 03/10/ Be consistent with your discipline. Because your child is young, your toddler will not understand most rules and demands.
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Give your child a hug in the end, so that your child knows you were unhappy with the behavior, not with your child. Such an effective discipline technique works well for kids who are around 2 years of age or older, once they are old enough to understand the purpose of a time : Harleena Singh.