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Parents talk too much. Replace talk with action. Those are some of the lessons I had learned when rearing my children to be civilized, considerate and compassionate. The world came to their doors, breaking the boundaries which my protective arms wanted to hold fast.
I Be loving but firm. I learned from Dreikurs that daily life could be a lot simpler and manageable if we, parents, did not complicate it with over-doing and over-talking. Therefore, if you do not eat at mealtime, I will not put more food in front of you an hour or two later. If you bicker with your siblings to get my attention, I will remove myself from the situation so you can solve your problems on your own.
Instead, you will be banned from civilized activities. I only say something once. The next time, without words not even a repeat for emphasis , I will act. If you make noise in public places, you encroach on rights of others around you. If you kick the seat of the passenger sitting in front of you, you encroach on the physical space and body of another.
I will only tell you once, but if you continue, I will ask the recipient of your inconsiderate behavior to tell you to stop. Avoiding such minute comparisons was the 1 rule I instructed a babysitter. That includes ourselves, parents, who must be taken seriously and be listened to and treated with respect.
Although some forms of discipline are no longer acceptable to us e. It had been extremely successful in my family.
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