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Stress-Free Discipline by Sara Au, Peter L. Stavinoha

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Introduction and Philosophy

Tantrums! Homework! Mealtime! Bedtime! And then there’s the attitude starting. . . . If you’re parenting a child, you’re under a lot of stress, and that stress is most pronounced when you’re dealing with a behavioral problem. Kids are also under a lot more stress today, so it’s no wonder that clashes are frequent and that common ground seems rare. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can use discipline to cultivate a positive relationship with your child and alleviate many behavioral issues.

Start by taking a moment to think about what the term discipline means to you. If you’re like many people, you may interpret it as synonymous with punishment. Within the pages of Stress-Free Discipline, we’ll broaden that interpretation. ...

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