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Positive Discipline

Positive Discipline focuses on the positive points of behaviour, based on the idea that there are no bad children, just good and bad behaviours. We can teach and reinforce the good behaviours while weaning the bad behaviours without hurting the child verbally or physically.

Parents and educators engaging in positive discipline are not ignoring problems. Rather, they are actively involved in helping their child learn how to handle situations more appropriately while remaining calm, friendly and respectful to the children themselves.

To start off, here are some recommended readings in this aspect of parenting.

I will write articles related to positive discipline and they can be found on this page. Do visit this page again soon.

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Unplugged Parenting

I think we can agree that the Internet is almost like a fifth limb (apart from the 2 arms and 2 legs that the majority of us are born with). It seems like very few of us in the developed world can be happy without access to some sort of screen.

This realisation calls for parents’ special attention so that we can cultivate healthy digital habits in our children. Because there are no guidelines on how many hours a child should be spending on the screen, many parents are setting their own limits, hoping they get it right. But setting a time limit is not the only solution to the screen-addict generation. We are more interested in instilling healthy habits when it comes to screen usage among our children.

I will post relevant articles on this page as we go along. Do visit this page again soon.

In the meantime, here are some recommended readings with regard to parenting in the digital age.

Related Articles:

  1. When Should Kids Get Their First Phone?
  2. 22 Things to Do Without Technology & Screens
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Family Videos

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