I've never heard of that. How do they learn consequences?
Quoting Pukalani79: I've never heard of that. How do they learn consequences?
I think* its based on positive reaction to positive behavior. Parents use logic, open conversations, and modeling to influence their childrens behavior.
That "punishment"s aren't appropriate because behavior issues are part of age/stage something just part of being a kid and the learning experiences.
Having said that... it is not something we practice! (At least not as the only answer, sometimes it is the best way to teach. We do time-outs and take away toys/tv, etc when needed. Moderation ppl, moderation.
Never heard of it, and I don't practice it.
No, kids need negative attention to negative behavior. Aka time out, loss of a prove ledge ect. Just as much as they need patience and understanding. No discipline at all does seem logical to me.
Quoting Rjcdm:we do this. it is using logical consequences for their behavior and my kids are well behaved.
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