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10 Ways to Be a More Positive Parent

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Ignore Benign Inappropriate Behavior

Scolding your child when he misbehaves can fuel his craving for attention. If you overlook annoying or benign behavior, your kid is less likely to repeat it. See what a difference it makes when you praise your child for being good, rather than chiding him for misbehaving! This rule only applies to non-disruptive behavior—harmful behaviors and actions should never be ignored.