Often, the way you think about something is based on history and habit. The words you use can describe the same thing in either a positive or negative manner. When you choose your words, you also communicate an attitude.
Think carefully about how you interact with your children.Â Rethink how you interpret a situation or comment. Praise whatever you honestly can, or yourÂ child will not believe/value your comments, nor grow from them. The following is a list of strategiesÂ that require structure and consistency when dealing with your children:
- Teach the Skills of Anger Management
- Strive for Order & Keep Things Calm
- Have a Positive Attitude
- Maintain a Close Watch
- Work for Success
- Be a Detective
- Rules – Consequences – Rewards
- The Home-School-Child Care Connection
- Promote a Positive Attitude in Your Family
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Harold Meyer and Susan Lasky are both Board Certified and Senior Certified ADHD Coaches.
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