1. Be human, with human limitations.
Catering to your child’s every need is not loving; it
teaches them entitlement.
2. Involve the children in comforting or helping one another.
3. Compliment your children evenly.
Author: Flora McCormick is a Professional Counselor and Parenting Coach in Bozeman, Montana (www.sustainableparenting.com). She completed her masters in counseling in 2009 and has taught Positive Discipline parenting workshops for 5 years. She has 15 years of experience working with children in various capacities.