"No" is a small but powerful word. Here are some alternative to saying no regardless of the age of your child.
Category - Train and Correct
These articles will help you train your children and address misbehavior- all from a biblical, restoration perspective.
Do your kids exclaim, "It's not fair!" Let's explore the problems that stem from a "fairness focus" and some things you can do to address it.
Kids who listen and obey are like the holy grail of parenting. If your children are struggling in this area, try this one simple change to your parenting style that will help increase their compliance and obedience.
Controlling children can be very difficult to handle - even for the most patient of parents. Here we will uncover the answer to the question: How can I control my controlling child?
As the thermometer inches up this summer, so may tempers be increasing in your home. If you have kids that just can't seem to get along, these tips may be just what you are looking for to cool things down.
Do you ever feel unsure about how to best discipline your children? Here's a helpful list of 20 ways Christian parents can discipline their children.
In the heat of the moment it can be very tempting to punish our children severely. We may even feel justified in doing so. But is it effective? This article will look at the reasons why punishments don't work and some implications for Christian parents.
Natural and logical consequences make sense as a discipline strategy, but often parents struggle to come up with ideas of their own in the heat of the moment. Here we explain what these types of consequences are and some examples to get you thinking in the right direction.
Now, more than ever, we need to make sure that we help our children develop hearts filled with thankfulness. There is no better antidote for the influences of a me-centered society than an "attitude of gratitude."
There are a variety of behavior charts available to parents. As long as they are seen as a temporary tool to get a child back on track, they can be very effective. Here we will explore how to use CfP's version of a behavior chart.
Training our children in what we would like them to do is as important as disciplining them for what we don't want them to do. Using role play is a wonderful tool parents can use to help a child gain mastery of an under-developed behavior or skill.
If your child won't stay in time out, you are not alone. With these tips you won't have to hold them in time out or throw your hands up in despair.
Use the "circle of blessing" to help your child understand the concept of repentance and restoration. Free printable included!
Is there too much negativity in your home? You can turn it around with the parenting technique developed by Dr. Alan Kazdin of Yale University. Here we explore how to use positive opposites as well as it's pro's and con's.
Here is list of Bible verses about behavior issues children commonly display. Free printable for those teachable moments with your kids.
Is there a "mess-maker" in your house? If so, you are not alone. Here are some practical tips on how you can guide your child to a neater room and help him keep it that way. We will also consider personal temperament as an important factor in this issue.
Here we will explore our conflict resolution plan for children. When in use it can help children stop fighting and better resolve their conflicts.
Here we'll explain how you can teach your children S.T.A.L.L., our technique for conflict resolution. It's best to introduce any new program or idea during times of calm. We'll talk about using role play and brainstorming to walk your kids through the various steps.