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Having a 2 or 3-year-old not listening to anything you say is of the most frustrating things about raising a young child. But using positive language instead of negative language can make a huge difference! Your child will be more willing to listen to you and you\'ll find a very effective way to communicate with your child! | Positive discipline | Positive parenting tips | Gentle parenting
Want to stop yelling at your kids? Find out why kids often don't listen until you're yelling and try these simple alternatives instead!
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How to Bring More Positive Language Into Your Classroom
It's so frustrating to repeat ourselves endlessly. These positive parenting strategies work in a way that kids will listen (almost) every time.
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Sick of being the parent who says "no" all the time? Try these phrases so you can still set clear boundaries - but say "yes" a lot more!
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Do you know how to best discipline a child who won't listen? Read now to learn how to discipline kids and take back control with these parenting tips.
It's so easy to rely on "No ____" It's the default mode of discipline for most of us. However, kiddos will respond better to positive language because it will provide instruction. They can understand what to do instead of just "not doing" the unwanted action. Here are some quick examples. but take some time to think about your daily language
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Chores help kids learn life skills, responsibility and give them a sense of pride for contributing to their family. Printable Chore Chart included.
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