When Mothers Cry About Their Tempermental Children

I thought the following article was worth posting since there are many mothers with a cry related to their defiant children. I hope this helps some of you...

What to Do When Punishments, Time-Outs, and Behavioral Plans Do Not Work

Are you frustrated with the traditional methods of discipline that many parents, doctors and other parents suggest? There is another option. You can teach your child good behaviors without punishments, time-outs, and behavioral plans. It may sound too good to be true, but it isn't, it really does work.

So, what is this revolutionary discipline method? It begins with you the parent first. What you may ask? Before you can start to teach your child good behaviors, you must model them first. Sounds easy enough, right?

Now that you know you need to model good behavior, you need to learn how to be a good leader. When a child enters the home, you are instantly thrown into the role of a parent. A good parent needs to be a good leader. Leadership may not come natural to everybody, but that is okay. There are simple strategies a parent can practice that will help hone their leadership skills.

Learning how to communicate with your child is one of the most important skills you can learn. Verbal and non-verbal communication can help you develop a better relationship with your child, thus making it easier for you to teach them good behaviors.

Instead of listing a hundred things you do not want your child to do, you can tell them what you do want them to do. How is that for a change in parenting? Trying a new parenting method can only help you learn and grow as a parent.

Even if you have never tried any of these tactics, it is not too late. You can change your parenting style in just a few weeks. What have you got to lose?

Do you want to learn exactly how to eliminate your child's out-of-control and defiant behavior without using Punishments, Time-Outs, Behavioral Plans, or Rewards?

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Jason Johnson (MSW) has worked with hundreds of toddlers through teenagers diagnosed with A.D.H.D, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Aspergers Syndrome, Bi-polar, and SEVERE emotional/behavioral issues.

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