Dealing with outbursts or tantrums can be exhausting. The behavior skill of Correcting Behaviors helps parents respond in a way that prevents escalation.
Why it’s important to have low parenting tolerances
Understanding your own tolerance level can help you work towards maintaining consistent parenting techniques. Tolerance is your ability or willingness to tolerate certain behaviors that you do not necessarily agree with. A tolerance level lies on a continuum from high tolerance to low tolerance, with high tolerance meaning that you tolerate more of the behavior you don’t like and low tolerance that you tolerate less of that behavior. […]
Dealing with ODD | How to correct children’s bad behavior with Correcting Behaviors
How to deal with challenging behavior in children is a question parents dealing with ODD ask. Children who have been diagnosed with Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD) exhibit both emotional and behavioral symptoms. They are prone to losing their temper and become angry and irritable easily. They continually challenge authority figures through arguing, refusing to comply with requests and openly defying rules. Children with ODD also blame others for their misbehavior and can be vindictive. […]
Are you an enforcer or a teacher? Learn to use Correcting Behaviors to show your kids how to make good choices.
Don’t focus on the negative behavior, focus on the positive opposite.
Children complain, learn how stop it once and for all.