If you're a parent, chances are you've used some or all of these phrases at some point or another.
As guides, we help children develop internal motivation to do what is right because it’s right, rather than to do what is right to avoid being punished.
At no point in my 34 years of life had I ever been so...I want to say humbled, but the more accurate word here is humiliated.
In light of the countless high-profile assault charges recently meted I challenge us, individually, collectively, indivisibly, to say no. To scream no.
Do you ever struggle with getting your kids off the screen? Does it often end in tears (both theirs and yours)? This could help.
Sensory experiences can help increase focus and concentration and calm anxiety and hyperactivity in all kids- not just those with special needs.
At the risk of sounding dramatic, bedtime has always been the bane of my existence- until I discovered this.
I doubt some of the parenting advice I gleaned from these proverbs was exactly what the original authors intended, but it was helpful nonetheless.
I thought maybe we if we all contacted Spirit Halloween, they’d take this costume off their shelves next year:
While a reward system may get kids into the habit of behaving in the desired manner, it’s not a long-term solution.