Being a parent is hard, and nothing you can read, watch or learn from others can truly help you prepare for the task. Just about everything you do will center around making sure your children are fed, safe and loved. And that’s just the easy part. What will really keep you up at night is wondering if you’re doing enough to ensure your precious baby boy or girl is going to grow up to be a good person. Which lectures do you give them? What traits do you try to instill in their young minds? Have you done...
For most people, the word discipline has a negative connotation and in their minds, they associate it with punishment. However, the word has its roots from the Latin word, ‘disciplina’ which means teaching.
Therefore, we are going to focus on reverting back to the roots of the word and explore how parents can teach and guide children with positive discipline instead of punishing them when they do something that is wrong.
It may seem difficult, but it’s actually about us parents changing our perspective about discipline and here are some tips to guide you...
“Not again”, you think to yourself. All eyes are on you as your strong willed-child challenges you again in the grocery store. You can feel the judgment. You are exhausted. You have put so much work in trying to prevent this from happening, but nothing seems to be working.
You can't help but take people stares personally, as your mind runs through all the possible things they could be saying about you.
She can't control her kid?
She lets her kid act like that? I would never let my child act like that.