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

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

Positive Discipline: Don’t Back Talk Back  Excellent points. Teach by example, not by "because I said so"

Positive Discipline: Don’t Back Talk Back Excellent points. Teach by example, not by "because I said so"

Positive Discipline. No 3!! We make hearts with our hands! SO happy we are parenting right :D it shows those who look down on us :P

Positive Discipline. No 3!! We make hearts with our hands! SO happy we are parenting right :D it shows those who look down on us :P

Positive Discipline: Encouragement: What does it mean and how is it done?

Positive Discipline: Encouragement: What does it mean and how is it done?

Positive discipline.. bringing kindness and firmness together :)

Positive discipline.. bringing kindness and firmness together :)

None of us are perfect parents, so not only do we need to teach our children that mistakes are wonderful opportunities to learn, we need to practice this skill ourselves.

None of us are perfect parents, so not only do we need to teach our children that mistakes are wonderful opportunities to learn, we need to practice this skill ourselves.

Positive Discipline blog. - Click image to find more Kids Pinterest pins

Positive Discipline blog. - Click image to find more Kids Pinterest pins

Positive Discipline: Limited Choices

Positive Discipline: Limited Choices

Listening: Children will listen to you after they feel listened to!

Listening: Children will listen to you after they feel listened to!

Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. (And, a full understanding of "no" doesn't occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) "No" is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy.

Children under the age of three do not understand "no" in the way most parents think they do. (And, a full understanding of "no" doesn't occur magically when the child turns three. It is a developmental process.) "No" is an abstract concept that is in direct opposition to the developmental need of young children to explore their world and to develop their sense of autonomy.

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