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Discipline

It’s inevitable (and normal): At some point, your sweet little one is going to push boundaries and act out in obnoxious ways. The question is, What are you going to do about it?

 

The truth is, different discipline strategies work for different kids. And while a time out may work for a toddler, it may no longer work for a middle schooler. Below, find articles about child discipline (including one from discipline guru Dr. Thomas Phelan of 1-2-3 Magic) and threads from our discussion forum about tips and tricks that have worked for our parent members.


Featured articles

This is how to parent without guilt or anger & more 1-2-3 Magic tips
Dr. Thomas Phelan of 1-2-3 Magic offers parenting advice for adjusting parents' attitudes, which will change children's attitudes as well.
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Limit screen time for a happier, healthier kid
Setting healthy boundaries for screen time is key for kids' physical growth and emotional well-being. Here are some tried-and-true guidelines.
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How I deal with my toddler's meltdowns
This mom of a spirited toddler explains how she handles his public meltdowns and temper tantrums in an empathetic way.
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Discussions

Supreme Court rules that school could not punish student for off-campus speech

Supreme Court Rules for Student in First Amendment Case - The New York Times (nytimes.com)   > The decision... did not establish a categorical ban on regulating student speech outside of ...

Need advice to deal with a child who doesn't listen cause he is reading

My almost 10 year old is a big reader. He probably reads for 4-6 hours a day. Obviously this is something I want to encourage. But it also becomes an issue cause whenever he is reading he doesn't list...

Parental Control Apps for iPhone Recommendations

Do you use a parental control app for your kids' phone (iPhone)?  If yes, please recommend the app that you are using or any other system to keep my kids safe on their phones (and computers).   ...

Toddler acting out after new baby

Recent second-time mom here. My older daughter is 3. She’s typically a rule follower and quite happy. As expected, having a new baby has caused her a lot of stress. Good news: She adores her baby sist...

Toddler sleep training advice/consultant recommendation - please help

Hello, my daughter just turned 2 years old and her little brother is about 3 weeks old now. I am writing here to ask any advice on toddler sleep training, or any wonderful consultant you have used, I ...


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This is how to parent without guilt or anger & more 1-2-3 Magic tips

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Limit screen time for a happier, healthier kid

Setting healthy boundaries for screen time is key for kids' physical growth and emotional well-being. Here are some tried-and-true guidelines.

How I deal with my toddler's meltdowns

This mom of a spirited toddler explains how she handles his public meltdowns and temper tantrums in an empathetic way.

Mine, mine mine! How to mediate playspace tiffs

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