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  1. Judy Arnall
    TIME-OUT, GROUNDING, CONSEQUENCES NOT WORKING? TRY ANOTHER APPROACH! PROBLEM-SOLVING is the premier discipline tool that focuses on the problem, not the person and builds communication and relationships. When you look at your child now and imagine the teenage years ahead, does the image fill...
  2. Judy Arnall
    Hi dear parents and caregivers I've recorded a one hour webinar that discusses brain development stages and the best non-punitive discipline tool for each stage of development. Enjoy!
  3. Judy Arnall
    Hi Everyone We are going to change formats. I have a ton of videos, and webinars, on every topic of non-punitive parenting and education such as homeschooling and unschooling. Because parents are busy, it might be better for me to post them here so you can listen to them rather then read...
  4. Co-sleeping and the Family Bed
    Hello, I really need an advice for teaching the baby how to nap on her own! We've been nursing to nap while sidelying or I was babywearing her through the nap, or jumping on the birth ball while she's in the sling to put her to sleep, white noise on. Well, 20 minutes later, if I get away from...
  5. Judy Arnall
    Hi Everyone: I just figured out how to add a photo! This one encapsulates why one would want to practice non-punitive parenting! You can raise decent kids to be great citizens and caring people. I gave up all punishments (time-outs, consequences, taking away things, grounding) when my oldest...
  6. Judy Arnall
    Part 2 - Problem-solving with young children In the last issue, we talked about toddler behaviour and the importance of child-proofing and distraction. For older children's behaviour, problem-solving is now the first go-to discipline tool. But don't forget, problem-solving still works for...
  7. Judy Arnall
    I walked into the kitchen and discovered my two-year-old blonde haired daughter, dressed in her little pink fleece sleeper with the padded feet, standing on top of the chair next to the counter. She was preoccupied with dipping her fingers into the butter bowl and then into the sugar bowl...
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