Is Time With Your Kids Better Spent Rewarding Success or Punishing Failure?Are punishments, yelling, restrictions, spankings and other self-esteem crushing parenting options working for you?
As a parent or caregiver, do you find you are focused on punishing the behaviors you don't want when you want to be focused on rewarding the behaviors you do want?
What Positive Reinforcement can do for you: Relish time with your kids celebrating your child's successes rather than dreading time dealing with yelling, arguing, crying and punishments for failures Enjoy the behaviors you desire by understanding and using a positive reinforcement system and learning how to easily measure success including examples. Give you confidence knowing it works for all kids, at any age even if they have been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) or Asperger Syndrome (Asperger's Syndrome or AS)
"Positive Reinforcement for Kids: A Basic Guide to Understanding and Practice" is written for everyday parents and caregivers who want to expand their parenting toolkit and options. You will understand what positive reinforcement is and what the techniques are for using positive reinforcement in a way parents and caregivers can understand and use. It explains, including examples, systems such as token economies that define your goals, guide you and your children on the right path and easily measure success. Most books on the subject are written by academics and/or psychiatrists and tend to be technical, dry and not very user friendly. The audience for many of these books is other academics and other professionals schooled in child psychology.
Positive Reinforcement for Kids explains the technical details in down to earth manner and was written for parents and caregivers just like you. Positive Reinforcement for Kids will teach you what you need to know to able to modify your child's behavior without physical punishment, yelling, hurting their self-esteem or damaging your relationship with you child or children.
Is Time With Your Kids Better Spent Rewarding Success or Punishing Failure?You Decide...