8 responses to “It’s not always about discipline”

  1. Elliot

    I recently read an article on the website of The New York Times. It says that setting rules is actually a good idea, and doesn’t push kids into rebellion like many parents fear. Maybe it actually is a good way to discipline.

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  5. cindy

    I have found riding in the car an excellent time to discuss where we’re going, and what’s going to happen there. Then I ask my kids what kinds of things they might be expected to do or say, and in what manner they may do it. For instance, I hand them coupons and send them hunting for that item in the store, and we have already discussed that running in the store could lead to accidents. This way, they are mentally ready to face the next environment. It really helps!

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