Disciplining Kids Without Yelling and Nagging

According to Kristen Baisden, a school district psychologist:

“parents often fail to hold their kids accountable for poor decisions. The result is they often excuse bad behavior, finding it easier to hold others, including themselves, accountable for their children’s irresponsibility.”

I agree with this statement 100%. You don’t need to constantly yell and nag your kids. If you do, you are training them to ignore you.

Here’s a link to the story I’m talking about.

What do you think, people? Agree, disagree?

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