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Discipline and Challenging Child Behavior

Parenting isn't all that it's cut out to be. Positive parenting steps can help children overcome the milestones of temper tantrums, anger management, and bad habits.

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    What to Say about Potty Talk and More

    Four-year-olds, especially boys, find toilet talk hysterical; parents and teachers donĂ¢t. Had enough? Here's what you...

  • 32.

    Teach Problem-Solving

    Clinical psychologist Erik Fisher says most first graders understand that they have many choices when deciding how to...

  • 33.

    Stopping a Tantrum

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  • 34.

    Strategies for Temper Tantrums and Aggression

    Temper Tantrums Throwing temper tantrums often is a child's way of expressing anger or getting attention. Behavior...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    The Choking Game

    Young people need to understand that the Choking Game is not a game and that it is very dangerous. You may remember...

    Source: State: Rhode Island Department of Education
  • 36.

    Analyzing Discipline Problems

    The first step in exercising your judgment is to examine your goals for discipline. It is crucial that no discipline...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
  • 37.

    How to Tame Your Preschooler's Temper

    Let's face it: preschoolers are a handful. They have difficulty sharing, they often refuse to eat or sleep, and have a...

  • 38.

    Guiding Children's Behavior

    Guiding children involves many tasks. Parents are responsible for identifying and enforcing reasonable limits, while...

    Source: Missouri Families
  • 39.

    It’s Normal

    Wondering what happened to the sweet kids we were raising? They've turned into teenagers. While we know there are going...

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    What to Do When Your Child Starts Swearing

    Why do kids swear? The reasons are varied: to get attention, impress others at school, or often an effort to exert their...