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Monday, January 3, 2011

Some parenting advice is worth repeating for the new year


It's a new year, but that doesn't mean we should leave behind some of the best lessons of 2010.

Over the course of the past year, I have explored everything from marital stress to mischievous children, and local and national experts have imparted some sage advice along the way.
So as we start 2011, let's take a moment to remember some of the best advice of this past year. I've learned much - and plan to carry these suggestions with me into the future.
PARENTING 101
Want happier children and teens? Consider adopting some of Christine Carter's approaches to parenting: Rather than expecting perfection, expect children to make an effort and enjoy their activities, practice gratitude, and make time for family dinners.
Carter, a sociologist at UC Berkeley's Greater Good Science Center, said how parents talk to their children and praise them can have profound implications for how engaged children are in everyday activities.
Instead of saying "You're a natural" when a child scores big at the ballgame, parents should praise the work and practice, too. Try "You did really well on that math test," she said. "You must have tried really hard."
"By shaping their perspective on it, it can change how they see themselves and how they approach their activities," Carter said.
Foster gratitude by talking to children about how they are blessed. Help them make a list of what they are thankful for.
And make time for family dinners. It allows parents to model healthy eating for their kids and becomes a family ritual, which boosts kids' happiness and well-being by showing them they are part of something larger than themselves (their family) and evoking joy and positive emotions.
Sometimes it's simple skills that can help reduce stress for parent and child.
Dr. William Hughes, director of family services at the Sutter Center for Psychiatry in Sacramento, Calif., offered parents some tips on encouraging good behavior in children.
One way is to give rewards, or not give them, appropriately.
Don't offer a child a reward as motivation to do something, and then if the child says no, make him or her do it anyway.
"It undermines the reward," he said.
Instead, offer the reward if the task is completed, but be prepared to withhold it if the child doesn't earn it.
By NIESHA LOFING
McClatchy Newspapers

http://www.kansascity.com/2011/01/03/2556979/some-parenting-advice-is-worth.html

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Creating Fun and Exciting Family Moments for 2011!!!

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Its 2011...My New Year's Resolution is to create some family moments that time can't erase...What's yours?  
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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

'Respect Reciprocates Respect'

Hi Friends,


'Welcome Back!!!  


'How to Promote Respect in your Child'


As parents we sometime make a BIG MISTAKE by thinking that our children are little people who are in need of protection and provision but not necessarily respected.  Firstly, I must mention that I promote respect in my children by modelling respect for myself and for others. Simply...If Children feel they are respect ...they are better able to reciprocate  respect.


I have tested and proven with my own children that using positive teaching and communication techniques such as 'clear instructions' 'praise' and modelling, have communicated respect ,hence, have resulted in enhancing my children's sense of self (self-esteem). These techniques are also effective in encouraging our children to accept responsibility for their actions (self discipline), in order to successfully function as adults in this society (social competence).


 I am also confident that there is research to substantiate my claim that children are better able to develop a healthy sense of self and respect when they are raised with positive discipline approaches. 




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Saturday, December 25, 2010


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'Congratulations to Some Extraordinary Parents'

Hi Friends,


Merry Christmas; Season Greetings to You and Yours!!!



I would like to take this opportunity to showcase 9 Extraordinary Parents who participated in the Graduation Excercise in Gipsy Hill, London on Tuesday, 21st December 2010.  You know yourselves...you are Bigger than Life...Born to Win...Destining for Greatness...a Gift to your children.  


These parents participated week after week in this parenting programme focusing on 'Positive Discipline' even when it was difficult and inconvenient to do so.  Its snowed heavily in and around London over the past weeks, however CW45Q4EG58VT , this obstacle was unable to stop these parents from completing the programme and attending their graduation...You are truly 'Unstoppable and Unforgettable' parents.


My word to you 9 parents and to you dedicated followers, is to climb every mountain, follow every streams until you find your dream.  Here are a few quotes for you:


'Your children need your presence more than your presents.'  ~Jesse Jackson


'It's not only children who grow.  Parents do too.  As much as we watch to see what our children do with their lives, they are watching us to see what we do with ours.  I can't tell my children to reach for the sun.  All I can do is reach for it, myself.'  ~Joyce Maynard


'Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you. ' ~Robert Fulghum



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Keep In Touch
Yours Truly
Jenice

Friday, December 24, 2010

'Congratulations to Some Extraordinaire Parents'

Hi Friends,


Merry Christmas; Season Greetings to You and Yours!!!


I would like to take this opportunity to showcase 9 Extraordinaire Parents who participated in the Graduation Excercise in Gipsy Hill, London on Tuesday, 21st December 2010.  You know yourselves...you are Bigger than Life...Born to Win...Destining for Greatness...a Gift to your children. 


These parents participated week after week in this parenting programme focusing on 'Positive Discipline' even when it was difficult and inconvenient to do so.  Its snowed heavily in and around London over the past weeks, however, this obstacle was unable to stop these parents from completing the programme and attending their graduation...You are truly 'Unstoppable and Unforgettable' parents.


My word to you 9 parents and to you dedicated followers, is to climb every mountain, follow every streams until you find your dream.  Here are a few quotes for you:


'Your children need your presence more than your presents.'  ~Jesse Jackson


'It's not only children who grow.  Parents do too.  As much as we watch to see what our children do with their lives, they are watching us to see what we do with ours.  I can't tell my children to reach for the sun.  All I can do is reach for it, myself.'  ~Joyce Maynard


'Don't worry that children never listen to you; worry that they are always watching you. ' ~Robert Fulghum



PS. Remember to click the 'follower' link at the right bottom of blog page.  Also subscribe for the weekly Newsletter starting January 3, 2011.  My Newsletters will share practical, easy to follow positive discipline techniques that are Guaranteed to improve your children's behaviours within 30 days.




Keep In Touch
Yours Truly
Jenice

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