Discipline Tips for Parents
The purpose of discipline is to teach self-control and self-discipline. Using effective consequences can break the cycle of non-compliance by your child.
Following these steps to gain compliance from your child will prevent frustration, anger and resentment between parent and child.
Quick tips for parents to change an ineffective discipline pattern.
The first intervention point in effective child discipline is in giving your child instructions. Effective directing of the child's behavior from a young age will assure that conflict and frustration will be minimized.
What if your child doesn't do what you tell him? This is a critical point, and how you handle it can make or break your discipline effectiveness early on.
Find inspiration and ideas here by Dr. Aletha Solter of the Aware Parenting Institute.
Learn confrontation with love and forgiveness.
Just about everything you could want to find on the subjects of spanking and discipline.
Brief but effective strategies for discipline difficulties from Larry Tobin.
Very helpful features on discipline dilemmas such as how to avoid power struggles.
A behavior chart submitted by a reader at The FUN Place. Use it as a guide to make your own.