Monthly Archives: July 2016

Inviting Children’s Cooperation Through Choices

Between the ages of 1 and 3, children start their journey towards independence and personal power. This is a normal and healthy stage in their development. Of course, children require a great deal of guidance, but it’s important to respect and … Continue reading

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Get What you Give

Did you know that how you say something to a child to a large extent determines their response. In Module Two of my Discipline with Influence Online Parent Program I outline some key facts about brain develop and function that … Continue reading

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How to Win a Child’s Desire to Co-operate

In almost every workshop I do, whether with parents, childcare providers or teachers, the desire is expressed for the children in their life to cooperate. However, when adults refer to wanting children to cooperate, they often mean that they want … Continue reading

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Do You Parent and Discipline by Default?

Do you parent by default? By that I mean do you use the same parenting and discipline methods that your own parents did? Many, if not most parents do. That’s because they’ve never really thought it through as to whether … Continue reading

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