Don’t be afraid to discipline your children. A “1 – 2 -3″ method can work if you get your bluff in on them. Always tell them what you expect of them and re-enforce it by giving…

        This is for siblings who are fighting. Stop the fight, separate them, and have them write 10 things they love about each other. Usually by the time they write out their list and read it to…

        Don’t say the word “NO” too often. When you want to get your child, especially a young child, to not do something, direct the child’s attention to something else more positive. A child who is told…

        As a part of any discipline regiment always remember to end their punishment with a word of encouragement and love. Let the child know that it is “not the child that is bad” but their choice…

        My mom always told me that you have to pick your battles. You have to decide what things are the most important to you to “make a big deal out of”. To me those things are…

        I use the ticket system. When my child makes his bed, brushes his teeth, uses his manners, does what he is told, etc. He gets a ticket. If you have two or more children, use different…

        I discipline my daughters, ages 6 and 4, using the “consequences” system. They know the standard rules, and the consequences (which is the taking away of privileges), and I have them repeat the rules and consequences…

When my sons were young they used to fight all the time. When they could not get along I would sit them at the table facing each other and when they could apologize to each other and mean it I…