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"I need a hug."  Positive Discipline: Hugs: A Positive Discipline Tool Card

"I need a hug." Positive Discipline: Hugs: A Positive Discipline Tool Card

Anxious child? 15 phrases you can use to calm them down. Learn them in this infographic.

Anxious child? 15 phrases you can use to calm them down. Learn them in this infographic.

Positive Discipline: Parenting Tool Cards

Positive Discipline: Parenting Tool Cards

Break tasks down to allow children to experience success. Children develop the belief that they are capable when they achieve small steps.

Break tasks down to allow children to experience success. Children develop the belief that they are capable when they achieve small steps.

Doing well by this chart. My boys sleep right on the mark for their ages.

Doing well by this chart. My boys sleep right on the mark for their ages.

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Positive Discipline: Jobs: Why Teenagers Don't Do Chores And How To Use Follow-Through

Positive Discipline: Jobs: Why Teenagers Don't Do Chores And How To Use Follow-Through

Positive Discipline: VALIDATE FEELINGS - A Positive Discipline Tool Card.... Everyone should do this instead of trying to fix everyone's feelings and thoughts and to put your own comments and opinions to what others' feel and think

Positive Discipline: VALIDATE FEELINGS - A Positive Discipline Tool Card.... Everyone should do this instead of trying to fix everyone's feelings and thoughts and to put your own comments and opinions to what others' feel and think

Positive Discipline: Compliments Create a Positive Atmosphere in Homes and Classrooms

Positive Discipline: Compliments Create a Positive Atmosphere in Homes and Classrooms

Children learn valuable life skills when parents take time for training and allow children to develop self-confidence by practicing these skills.

Children learn valuable life skills when parents take time for training and allow children to develop self-confidence by practicing these skills.