Positive Discipline vs. Punishment by Dr. Jane Nelson

Most people believe that removing spanking and punishment from parenting means that their children will not learn consequences and become ill-behaved. Long term scientific research proves that the opposite is true:¬†Canadian Medical Association Journal analyzed two decades of research and concluded that “virtually without exception, these studies found that physical punishment was associated with higher levels of aggression against parents, siblings, peers and spouses.”

What’s the alternative to punitive parenting?

Positive Discipline teaches children the logical consequences of their actions and instills personal responsibility, self-reliance, and the ability for them to cooperate with others and problem solve.

We’ve chosen to use Dr. Jane Nelson’s work to get your questions answered.

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The Five Criteria for Positive Discipline


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