Discipline Without Shouting or Spanking—Free Chapters: Aggressive Behavior, Behaving Shyly, Fighting Cleanup Routines, Getting Out of Bed at Night, "Hyper" Activity, Lying
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Discipline Without Shouting or Spanking—Free Chapters: Aggressive Behavior, Behaving Shyly, Fighting Cleanup Routines, Getting Out of Bed at Night, "Hyper" Activity, Lying

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Discipline without Shouting or Spanking is a practical guide that shows parents how to manage the most difficult part of parenting. It provides proven methods for handling more than 30 of the most common forms of childhood misbehaviors. Practical solutions lead to practical results! These free chapters will help you get started on a calmer path; Aggressive Behavior, Behavi...more
ebook, 32 pages
Published July 3rd 2012 by Meadowbrook
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kimberly
great starter book

I love that they touched the basics of children habits. I gave it 4 stars I would have like a little more detail on certain habits.
Sasha DeYoung
Nice read

Thanks...was filled with useful information,I can't wait to put these to practice for my kids. Short,sweet and to the point.
Carrie-Marie arruda
Loved this book

it helped me talk and tame my 3 1/2 year old sister.
I wish I could give it 100,000 stars!!!!
Lawrence
Feb 23, 2014 Lawrence marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
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Ashley
Developmentally appropriate discipline

Nice ideas for parents of preschool aged children. The real life examples are great, too. I would recommend reading this book.
Rojo
Practical

Good read with practical advice. The examples at the end of each chapter help drive home the points layed out. I recommend for anyone with small children.




Nate
Very intriguing book so far

this doctor provides a strategic way to punish a child without fear, but logic. she seems to know what she's talking about.
Michele
Not very helpful. Not much new. I did only have part of the book since it was free, but I feel like even what I read was a waste of time.
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“Other common differences* between boys and girls include the following: • Boys prefer to focus on a single task, and they react more aggressively to interruptions. • Girls’ motor activities peak less quickly, are less vigorous, and last longer. • Boys create and play games that fill larger spaces, and they need to be outside more. • Girls’ attention to objects is less fleeting and less active. • Girls rely more on their five senses. • Boys do better with visual information presented to the left eye, which feeds the right hemisphere. • By age five, girls are six months ahead of boys in general development. • Boys who see themselves as physically strong will seek rough and tumble play. • Boys who feel safe and competent will seek independence earlier than girls.” 0 likes
“Parents must model the kind of behavior they want to teach. They must also communicate their values in ways that make the values as important for their children as they are for themselves.” 0 likes
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