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Bad Behaviors In Children – 5 Questions Parents Should Ask Themselves And Reflect

There are many responsibilities a parent has to a child. And, one such responsibility is teaching them the difference between what’s right and what’s wrong. Just think, if you will, if the world had no knowledge of the difference. Little scary, isn’t it? So, as a parent, you must teach and make your child understand this difference… for the future world’s sake.   What’s The Difference Between Guilt and Shame? Guilt is an emotion that is considered healthy because it indicates that you know and understand that what you did was wrong. Shame is not considered healthy and is often linked to bad behaviors in children.   The Real Problem Behind Time-Outs Many parents use time-outs as a form of punishment. But, the problem with timeouts is that they don’t really teach children the difference between right and wrong; only that what they did caused them to get into time-out in the […]

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Posted by Mark Lewis - January 25, 2013 at 3:01 am

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What Makes the Terrible Twos So Terrible and Not so Terrible!

When your little bundle of joy comes home from the hospital, everyone is falling over themselves to get to them. They coo how beautiful they are and how precious they are. They tell you how blessed you are to have had such a beautiful baby. However, that is always that one person who makes the annoying remark about the terrible twos. “Enjoy it now because the terrible twos will be here before you know it!” First of all, this kind of talk puts a damper on your happy moment. Second of all, the terrible twos may seem terrible, but if you understand them and them in perspective, they may not be so bad after all. The question on the minds of many parents is “Is the terrible twos cliché fact or fiction?” The answer is yes and yes. Can your child become a little temper tantrum throwing monster when they […]

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Posted by Mark Lewis - June 29, 2012 at 7:55 am

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