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Positive Discipline | Dr. Jane Nelsen
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The Everything Parent's Guide to Positive Discipline
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We also take appropriate measures to secure the transmission of sensitive personal information from your computer to the Company's computers. Most of society has a flawed understanding on how best to motivate children to turn their poor behavior into good behavior. Jane Nelsen opens the minds of the reader to parent out of compassion and respect. The approaches laid out by Dr. Nelsen lead to children who truly want to do better which leads to more successful disciplining outcomes. Positive Discipline structures itself around the idea that children respond best when they feel a sense of belonging and significance.
The book opens by challenging traditional thinking that we must make children feel worse, through punishment techniques, in order to make them do better. Instead, Jane Nelsen thoughtfully-suggests that children are more cooperative and open-minded when they are treated fairly and with compassion and respect.soilstones.com/wp-content/2020-08-04/590.php
12 Positive Discipline Parenting Strategies - that WORK!
Jane Nelsen terms this approach as positive discipline. Within Positive Discipline, Jane Nelsen presents thought-provoking information for a fundamental understanding of what makes our children tic. The information provided by Dr. Jane Nelsen is supported with real-life scenarios from her several years of practicing as a licensed Marriage, Family and Child Counselor. I ran my highlighter dry while reading Positive Discipline, highlighting all the gems contained within the front and back cover.
Though I could go on forever about this book, I will only present three of the more empowering things I learned while reading this book. Positive Discipline has flipped me on my head and spun me around while flinging out all my flawed parental-thoughts. I was enlightened a countless amount of times while reading Positive Discipline. Here are three of my favorite findings from the book. I was significantly uninformed about misbehavior before reading this book. One of the most enlightening things I learned while reading Positive Discipline is that punishment is counter-productive.
The Dangers of Traditional Discipline
The goal of disciplining is to teach our children proper behavior. Punishment creates a misconception that we are achieving this end goal. This is because punishment indeed encourages proper behavior in the short term. However, punishment actually creates a mental-block for our children, preventing them from learning.
As I learned in The Whole Brain Child link to my review , children are emotionally-driven individuals. And when they are emotionally-charged, they literally are incapable of thinking logically. By punishing our children, we excite their brain with more emotions such as anger, resentment and frustration. The Whole Brain Child product link taught me that human brains literally switch off the logically-thinking prefrontal cortex whenever we are in a high-stress emotional state.
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