Positive parenting, also referred to as gentle guidance or positive discipline, uses tools to motivate better behavior, and for parents to see misbehavior as an opportunity to lead kids in a positive way and help them learn consideration and responsibility, without punitive punishment.
Find out what it means to use gentle guidance when it comes to your child’s behavior, and also positive discipline for misbehavior, but remember, positive parenting is based on the three main principles:
- Love your child unconditionally.
- You model positive behavior for your children.
- Your parent-child connection is your highest priority which means you are dedicated to continually working on strengthening your bond.
Learn the tools of positive parenting found here, to create a happier, more peaceful home.
POSITIVE PARENTING: TOOLS FOR BETTER BEHAVIOR
Featured eBook: Raising Happy Kids
- 9 Positive Parenting Tips for Raising Confident Kids
- Stop Saying Good Job and What to Say Instead
- 6 Ways to Help Children Identify & Express Their Emotions
- Peacefully Calm Tantrums with Empathy and Positive Parenting Solutions
- 6 Tricks to Calm Temper Tantrums
- Stop Saying “Good Job” and What to Say Instead When You Praise Your Children
- Help Your Children Understand Emotions and Develop the Emotional Intelligence They Need
- Guide Your Kids to Choose the Right Friends & Be a Good Friend Themselves
- 7 Surefire Ways to Ensure Your Daughter Grows Up Confident
- 3 Big Reasons Why Kids Your Fight like Cats & Dogs & How to Stop It
- 30 Acts of Kindness Kids Can Create & Do On Their Own
- Create a Quiet Spot for Your Child to Calm Down
- Helping a Child Who is Sensitive to Loud Noise
- 4 Life Skills to Teach Toddlers
POSITIVE PARENTING: POSITIVE DISCIPLINE
- Peacefully Calm Tantrums Using Empathy
- Stop Sibling Fighting Using a Positive Approach
- Take a Positive Approach When You Catch Your Child Lying
- Get to The Root Cause of Why Your Child is Lying Before You Respond
- Peacefully Resolve Power Struggles & Difficult Behavior With Your Child
- Put a Stop to Backseat Bickering Once and For All
- Help for a Child Who Reacts to Environmental Triggers & Sensory Overload