• anonymous
What is positive parenting? What is discipline? How does it differ from punishment? What is active listening? Why is it used by parents? What is guidance? Provide an example of a parent providing guidance to a child? Where can families and parents find support and resources?
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Encouraging your child. Discipline is punishing the action not the child. Setting standards and letting the child understand the consequences of his actions before he preforms them. Active listening is a range of skills from making eye contact, focusing on what the child is saying, and paraphrasing. It lets the child know you care about his/her opinion and what he says is important. If a child needed help on mathematics or was having trouble understanding the rules, the mother/father could guide them to a conclusion without telling them directly so they can understand it themselves. Children and Families, your community, food banks, Salvation Army, FEMA, and many other resources.
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