Discipline Without Damage: How to Get Your Kids to Behave Without Messing Them Up
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The Ultimate Guide to Disciplining Without Damage for Every Age is an easy-to-follow process that shows you how to Discipline Without Damage so that you will no longer have to yell or nag again. This guide will help you across your child's whole childhood. It provides solutions that are respectful to both you and your child without the need for yelling, spanking or punishing. So that your love, and growth will have a domino effect on all that witness it. Tags: boundaries, damage, development, discipline, helicopter parenting, parenting, sensitive child
At the end of this chapter, you will have the opportunity to put what you've learned into practice via practical application. My name is Arabella Hille and for the last 10 years I have been working and educating my son from home.So that you can have more positive energy to give to your child and to the other loved ones in your life (including yourself).
Disciplining Without Damage will help you to become an empowered leader in your home who is in control without being controlling.
At the end of this chapter, you will have the opportunity to put what you have learned into practice via practical application. Discover the biggest self-esteem stealers. These are little recognized behaviors that seem innocent but can cause a child to lose faith in themselves and in their abilities.
At the end of this chapter, you will have the opportunity to put what you learned into practice with easy-to-understand strategies and exercises. My practical results-driven programs have positively impacted the lives of over 70,000 caregivers globally, helping them to bring out the best in their children. How the concept of “childhood” has been understood in different ways historically and why we must understand it anew today.In reality, discipline is about connecting with your children in their time of need. We provide that support through our connection with them, that calms and steadies and regulates them – and then we give some teaching about what we hope will be able to change about that reaction the next time around. Not that we expect [that it] actually will change! I’ve read other books that talk about being in the moment with our children. Have awareness of the feelings and past trauma that our children’s behaviour can bring up to the surface for us as a parent. But no practical way to actually help be that together mindful parent.