Be the change you want to see. - Deepstash

Be the change you want to see.

Model good behavior: Children learn from what they see, so it's important to model good behavior yourself. Be patient, kind, and respectful to your child, and they will be more likely to follow your lead.

Use age-appropriate consequences: When your child does not follow the rules or misbehaves, use age-appropriate consequences such as time-outs or taking away privileges like TV or toys. It's important to be consistent and follow through with consequences when rules are broken.


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Dr. Jeff Conner, Doctor of Physical Therapy Health and Performance Consulting

Raising children is challenging, but worth every effort!

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