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Parental Discipline

ParentsParental Discipline: the methods used by a parent to teach and enforce rules of conduct and prevent behavioral problems in the future. It can involve punishments, rewards and reinforcements that instill self-control, encourage positive behaviors and discourage negative behaviors.
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Parental Tips
1. Be the parent not a friend.
2. Be patient your children will grow and change as the years go by!
3. Be involved. Take part in your child's life. Be there in the good and bad times!
4. Make time for them. Nothing is more important than your children!
6. Be consistent and fair. Take a balance approach to your punishment. Don't change your rules unless you find what you are trying to accomplish is not working.
7. Provide a feeling of security. Children respond positively if they feel that they can find a place of safety in their home.
8. You control what they see and hear. It is your home and you should be in charge of what occurs.
9. Listen before you give advise. Be patient and hear what is said but bear in mind that some children can be manipulative.
10. Answer questions simply and honestly. Don't jump to conclusions and assume you know all the facts.
11. If you make a mistake, admit it and move forward.
12. Do not be afraid to seek help. Talk to the counselors, teachers and state officials.