Sometimes, parents find it necessary to discipline their children. There has been much discussion and controversy regarding the best way to disciline a child. And, much has been written about child discipline.
Regardless of the approach being used, in order to have successful, positive, and productive results, it is “important to be consistent when it comes to discipline. If parents don’t stick to the rules and consequences they set up, their kids aren’t likely to either.”
Click on over to read Disciplining Your Child from KidsHealth
“Do you need alternatives on how to get through to your children? Are you at the end of your rope? Dr. Phil offers Five Steps to Disciplining Your Kids — without spanking.”
The Health & Parenting pages of WebMD has a very good article about how you can “discipline to your child so that he or she can function well at home and in public.” Check it out; go on over to read Parents, Kids, and Discipline.
American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) discusses how to discipline your child in the article Disciplining Your Child found on the website HealthyChildren.org.
You might also wish to click over to KidSource to read How to Teach Your Children Discipline By Marilyn E. Gootman, Ed.D.