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Author Lansbury, Janet, author.
Title No bad kids : toddler discipline without shame / Janet Lansbury.
Pub Info [Los Angeles] : JLML Press, 2014.
[CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform]
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LOCATION CALL # STATUS 
 Provincetown-Children's  PARENT 649.123 LANSBURY     DUE 10-09-21
Descript 162 pages ; 21 cm
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Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note "As a RIE [Resources for Infant Educarers] teacher and student of Magda Gerber, [Janet's] advice is not based soleley on formal studies and the research of others, but also on twenty years hands-on guiding hundreds of parents and their toddlers"--Back cover.
Summary "An effective, respectful approach to discipline requires a new lens, a lens that differs from many of the most common approaches to discipline. No Bad Kids offers that lens, providing practical ways to respond to the challenges of toddlerhood while nurturing a respectful relationship with your child. This book empowers parents to calmly address behaviours while honoring kids' feelings and experiences, thus giving them discipline experiences that help their developing brains thrive."--Dr. Tina PAyne Bryson, co-author of 'The Whole-Brain Child' and 'No-Drama Discipline'--Cover verso.
Contents No bad kids -- Why toddlers push limit -- Talking to toddlers -- Baby discipline: person to person -- A toddler's need for boundaries -- The key to cooperation -- 5 reasons to ditch the distractions -- Why children won't follow our directions -- The choices our kids can't make -- The power of no -- No fan of timers -- Staying unruffled -- My secret for staying calm -- Why the whining -- Biting, hitting, kicking -- Food fight -- Sassy, bossy back-talk -- Stop feeling threatened -- Don't fight the feelings -- The healing power of tantrums -- Your child's new baby blues -- Common discipline mistakes -- Setting limits without yelling -- The truth about consequences -- Letting your child off the hook -- How to be a gentle leader -- If gentle discipline isn't working -- Parenting a strong-willed child -- When respect becomes indulgence -- Guilt-free discipline (a success story) -- Respectful parenting is not passive parenting -- Gentle discipline in action.
Subject Toddlers -- Discipline.
Parent and child.
Child rearing.
Parenting.
Discipline of children.
ISBN 9781499351118
1499351119
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