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Helping Kids and Families Achieve with Cindy Terebush, CPC, CYPFC: Teach, Don’t Punish – The Lessons of Positive Discipline

1) Kids need a minimum of 8 touches a day to feel connected to a parent. If they’re going through a challenging time, it’s a min. of 12 a day. Such as-fixing a collar, a pat on shoulder, a simple hug. 2) Each day children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent.  3) 9 minutes for greatest impact on a child: the first 3 minutes–right after they wake up the 3 minutes after they come home from school, and the last 3 minutes of the day, before they go to bed.

Three Unbelievably Simple Parenting Tips: Minimum of 8 touches/day to feel connected 1 meaningful eye-to-eye conversation/day Focus on 9 minutes: 3 when they wake up, 3 when they come home from school, and 3 before they go to bed.

Understanding is key. Love is their foundation.

You can't teach children to behave better by making them feel worse. When children feel better they behave better.

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CONSEQUENCES FOR KIDS THAT WORK

Each article of clothing = 5 minutes earlier to bed. Smart way to teach your kids to clean without reminding them or feeling the need to nag them. It is a simple way to teach them that lets them be responsible for themselves.

Are you a yelling mom? Try this no fail, no yell plan to stop the detrimental habit that is robbing your home of peace! #parentingtips #yellingmoms

6 Tips to Stop Yelling at Your Kids

Are you a yelling mom? Try this no fail, no yell plan to stop the detrimental habit that is robbing your home of peace! Tips to Stop Yelling At Your Kids"

Tips to Build Attentiveness in Toddlers and Preschoolers

How to Build Attentiveness in the Formative Years

Tips to Build Attentiveness in Toddlers and Preschoolers. Something I need to start working on with my little guy.

How do you record memories for your kids and family?  Traditional scarpbooking, digital scrapbooking, photobooks?  Here are 20 ideas for memory keeping "from the mouths on moms" at B-InspiredMama.com.

20 Memory Keeping Ideas - From the Mouths of Moms - B-InspiredMama.com

Do A Photobook Page a Month At the end of each month, I put my favorite pictures of the kids in a photo book page and write a few things about what theyre doing. At the end of the year, I get the book printed and start a new one.

Miss Poppins: 23 Manners Every Child (& Adult) Should Know

Miss Poppins: 23 Manners Every Child (& Adult) Should Know. I agree with everything except the last (gendered pink & blue) ones. Everyone should be polite and open doors for everyone else. It's not a boy/girl thing any more.

Do you have to ask your child numerous times to do something? Learn how to use two powerful parenting tools to help get the outcome you want.

Consequences and Privileges - How to Use Them Effectively

Do you have to ask your child numerous times to do something? Learn how to use two powerful parenting tools to help get the outcome you want. Great website for tons of parenting help!

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