Sunday, November 15, 2009

A book that I liked

I read a book years ago that helped form my attitude toward discipline and behavior for my children. This book was popular but I don't think it was ever trendy. I did think at times that it was to scientific and not real enough. Most theories regarding child modification, when field tested need to be altered to meet the specific needs of a specific child or family. That being said I found that the tools suggested in this book helped me to form my own methods. I found them to be very helpful.

I am often asked how come I have such great kids. I tell people that I am just very blessed. That is very true. I also believe that the main ingredient is to be consistent. I did have a mom explain to be that she was also consistent but with the wrong techniques. She wanted to know where my techniques came from. I think that

Backtalk: 4 Steps to Ending Rude Behavior in Your Kids

by Audrey Ricker helped me to define bad behavior and gave me permission to be proactive. I know that it must help in a drastic way because every child groans when I pull the book off the shelf to reread it. Good luck moms, this book helped me. I hope you have the same results.

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