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Children’s Books Package

Over $60 value! Includes: "Londyn LaRae Says Okay!"  (Following Instructions) "Porter Earns A Quarter"  (Accepting "No" Answers) "Big Win for Quin"  (Accepting Consequences) "Paije Takes the Stage" (D... more

Tips For Using Time-out With Toddlers

"My 2yo has started crying a LOT the past few days.  Over every little thing.   Nothing is different physically or environmentally that I can tell.  He already has his 2yo molars, too..   He's just been c... more

Are Chores Instructions too?

I know you've written posts about chores before, but I can't seem to find them on your website.  So I'll ask my questions, and maybe you can direct me to the proper posts if you've already answered them!  Are... more

Dealing with Friends part 4

How do you help your children stand up for what's right without being "preachy" or "goody-goody"? The most important skill you can teach your child is how to determine what is right and what is wrong and how... more
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Cleaning a Bedroom

How do you find a good consequence for a thre-year-old who won't participate in cleaning a shared bedroom? This mother explained to me of her struggle with this issue. This is the advice I gave her. ... more

Is Hovering Necessary?

Hovering gives a message of not trusting.  If he thinks that you don't trust him, he will think of himself as a dishonest person based upon your behaviors.  Hovering is also a form of a power struggle. So,... more
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