Disciplining children is one of the hardest parts of parenting. From time outs to punishments, to yelling, and learning to say no, here you'll find tips and ideas to make discipline effective no matter your child's age.
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Tips to get your kids to listen to you.
Time-outs aren't that effective with children under age 2. Here's what to do when your older infant starts doing something she knows she shouldn't.
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Getting your 3-year-old to behave can be a challenge. The trick is consistency and learning to pick your battles.
Count to ten for better behavior.
If your kid is constantly ignoring you, we have ways to get her attention.
As your kid gets older your tried-and-true discipline tricks may not work the way they used to, but you can update your plan.
Yes, it's spending time with your kids. No, it's not how you think.
Yes, that naughtiness is annoying, but take heart: It's actually a positive sign.
Find out what's really going on in your little one's mind and learn techniques to sidestep (or survive!) the next meltdown.
Yes, kids lie. (But so do adults.) The good news: If parents take a strong lead on a no-lying policy, most children will learn to walk the straight and narrow.
Your toddler isn't hardwired to ignore you -- she's just learning about language, so what seems logical to you can be baffling to her. Think of this guide as your discipline decoder.
Make it fun for your child to pay attention to directions with these five games.
There's more going on behind the scenes than most parents realize. Keeping these insider tips in mind will help you and your child.
Get discipline tips that worked for real moms.
Whether you're dealing with tantrum-throwing, whining, arguing, or nay-saying, we've got the right response.
Our no-yelling, lecture-free, zero-threat guide to getting good behavior -- without being a tough guy.