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Modern parents have been told that giving kids a logical consequence is the best alternative to punishment. But often this parenting tool isn't used the way it's intended. Here's why consequences aren't working to change your child's misbehavior (and what will). #kidsconsequences #consequencesforteens
The words punishment and discipline are often interchangable in our modern language, but in parenting they mean very different things. The outcomes of punishing vs. disciplining our kids are vastly different - one leads to better behavior long-term while the other only works short-term. Click the image to learn the difference.
Do you have a disobedient child? A child who will not listen, who opposes everything you tell them to do, and who frequently talks back and gets angry? Click the link to see four positive discipline steps you can take to address the disobedience and turn your child's behavior around for good. #positiveparenting
Have you tried to give your logical consequences and found they don't actually change your child's bad behavior? Or maybe they do at first but later on your child is still definant and misbehaves? Here's why consequences aren't working and what will. #kidsconsequences #consequencesforteens