Pia Ariaans
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5 Overlooked Strengths of a Strong-willed Child - Do you struggle with parenting a strong-willed child? These overlooked strengths can help you gain a positive perspective on a daily challenge of raising a strong-willed child. | www.teachersofgoodthings.com

5 Overlooked Strengths of a Strong-Willed Child from Teachers of Good Things. being strong willed is not a curse!

how to discipline your child

How To Discipline Your Child - Positive Parenting Solutions--Often, we equate the term “discipline” with punishment. But the word “discipline” comes from the Latin word “disciplina,” which means “teaching, learning.

child nagging

End child nagging & negotiating with just three simple words. Other positive parenting helps. "Asked and answered." it works on kids as young as two or three, all the way through their teens

Things to ask your kids

21 Questions to ask your kids - You could ask these questions about Mommy and Daddy. Would be a cute thing to do each year (with each child, recording ages) maybe around mothers/fathers day to see how the kids (and parents) change and grow.

Lana

How to raise a happy, successful, cooperative child. It looks like my son is a mix of The Fun-Loving Child and The Determined Child.