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Families and Discipline
of Young Children

Show, Don't Just Tell—Learning Affection and Love
Combine your intuition and your intelligence to demonstrate love and affection, by showing and telling.

How Do They Learn the Hard Stuff?
Respect and Other Virtues

Young children learn by being shown actions, by watching others, and through trial and error.

Discipline with Love and Respect
Guiding your children's behavior is challenging work, but the most important job of the family.

Choices—Decisions the Family Makes
Some children intuitively pick up decision-making skills, but most children need some help.

The Discipline of "Sticking-To-It"
A family's support and guidance can make the difference between a child continuing to try and a child who gives up.

Tell It Like It Is—Communication
The family is how children learn to understand and to express their wants, needs, feelings, opinions and ideas.

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