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Welcome to the Positive Parenting Connection Newsletter.

In our monthly newsletter we aim to send you useful links, resources, book recommendations, special offers (not spam! promise!) relevant parenting tools, and more to inspire your parenting journey.

Our gift to you for joining our positive parenting community  & newsletter is a courtesy subscription to COMPASS, a new positive discipline family E-Zine. Compass is a collaborative work featuring the writing and works of certified positive discipline educators and trainers.

Each issue of COMPASS is packed full of helpful articles focusing on parenting topics like cooperation, learning, problem solving and more.

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You will receive a confirmation email and the direct link to read COMPASS.

The Fall Issue was released November 10th and covers the following topics:

  • Emotion Coaching
  • Homework Battles
  • Sibling Relationships
  • Middle School Friendships
  • Welcoming Cooperation
  • Self-Control for Parents ( how to respond instead of react) and more!

 

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The owner and writers of this blog accept no liability. Readers are solely responsible for their own safety and the safety of the children in their care. Please use your own best judgement in selecting parenting tools,  activities and adapting any information herein to the ages, abilities, and the personal circumstances of your family or children in your care. 

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Welcome to the Positive Par­­­­­­enting Connection Discipline Page

Discipline is one hot topic when it comes to parenting. It’s no wonder, with so many books, websites and methods promising, teaching and sounding like the magic answer, it can be difficult to know where to turn, what to believe and what to do.

Feel like pulling your hair out, yelling not working, too many bad days?

Well, you are not alone. While there is not one magical answer,  the goal here is to share information and resources to help families live in harmony, in a supportive and positive home environment. ­­­­It’s about sharing information so you can make choices for your family; to not only navigate the stressful and tricky situations but to build a happy and fun life for your whole family.  More happy and less crappy days 🙂

Positive Parenting Connection will share discipline resources that are based on positive, playful and peaceful practices.  

What is Positive Discipline?

With the tools and concepts of Positive Discipline, children and parents develop a meaningful connection and strive for cooperation and respectful interactions every day.  Jane Nelson and Lynn Lott along with other authors created a whole line of Positive Discipline practice, books and tools. The program is based on the work of psychologists Alfred Alder and Rudolf Dreikus.

Positive Discipline focuses on non-punitive solutions, encouragement, respectful interactions, effective communication, connection, play and building self-esteem, capability and empowerment. In other words, there are no punishments like spankings, time-outs, withholding allowance. There are no bribes, counting or empty promises either.

What topics can you find help with?

Just about everything! No matter how much you love your child, there will be moments that are trying, frustrating, exhausting and difficult. Puddles on the floor, markers on the wall, food flying across the table, brothers and sisters hitting each other, and all the other things that can possibly go wrong… Positive Parenting Connection has resources on:

Tantrums                    Biting                 Hitting           Sibling Rivalry

Lying       Eating Difficulties       Power struggles

Alternatives to Time-out     Effective alternatives to spanking

and many more!

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