7 Ways to Steer Your Child Towards Good Behavior

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1. Stay Realistic

The Scene: You're at a restaurant and your toddler starts acting out. He cries and throws his crayons as the whole restaurant watches.

What to Do: Give patrons a break by taking your child outside on a short walk. Talk to your toddler about how he behaved. Know your child's abilities and limitations, so you don't expect too much or too little from him.