Monthly Archives: August 2010

Child Behavior Problems? Train Like A Firefighter

It is important to train yourself for when your child’s behavior takes a serious turn for the worse. Hoping that your teen will never get into some serious trouble is not seeing the world as it is, and is not … Continue reading

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Get Angry with your Child’s Behavior, not your Child

So get angry with your child’s behavior, not your child. A common mistake is to do the opposite-you direct your anger at your child rather than at her misbehavior. This mistake can leave you feeling guilty and gun shy about getting angry in the future. Continue reading

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Change Your Child’s Behavior Today

In other words the problems you are having today with your child’s behavior can only be changed by changing YOUR thinking, changing YOUR approach. Continue reading

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Why Am I Always Picking Up After My Teen?

“You have not learned something until there is a behavior change.” This is the reason your teen hasn’t learned to pick up after himself. Without behavior change there is no learning. Continue reading

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