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ARE YOU TRYING TOO HARD TO CHANGE?

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay. ARE YOU TRYING TOO HARD TO CHANGE? Are you trying too hard to change? When we try too hard, our brains become stressed. When our brains are stressed,… continue reading »

Park the Snow Plow

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their contributors, Jeff Hafer. Park the Snow Plow   In the 1970s, Jim Fay warned of the perils of parenting like a helicopter. Constant hovering and unnecessary rescuing send kids unspoken messages that… continue reading »

When Your Child is the Bully

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders, Dr. Charles Fay. When Your Child is the Bully “What do you do when your own child is the bully? You are always talking about what to do when your kid… continue reading »

Drop-off Disasters

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their contributors, Jedd Hafer. Drop-off Disasters Have you ever experienced a meltdown when dropping your child off at a day camp or other place? What can we do about this? Some parents just… continue reading »

Raising Good Human Beings

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their contributors, Jedd Hafer. Raising Good Human Beings Jedd Hafer I recently asked a wise friend a question: How do we ensure that we are raising good human beings? The wise friend responded with… continue reading »

Violent Video Games: Bad for Kids

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders Dr. Charles Faye and his colleague Jedd Hafer. Violent Video Games: Bad for Kids Violent video games are bad for kids. This isn’t new information, but we think it’s worth repeating…. continue reading »

Is “Consequence” a Dirty Word?

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their founders Dr. Charles Faye and contributor Jedd Hafer….. Is “Consequence” a Dirty Word? I (Charles) learned an important lesson about fast food, focus, and the finality of many decisions we make. Rushing… continue reading »

THEY NEED TO CALM DOWN…..

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from Jedd Hafer, a contributing writer….. THEY NEED TO CALM DOWN….. It is one of the greatest tragedies of humanity. Upset people often do not hear all our great wisdom. Upset people’s brains are too busy… continue reading »

Effort Over Luck

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Effort Over Luck The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of theircontributorsJedd Hafer. Effort Over Luck Do you know any kids who believe their future depends 100% on luck? These do not tend to be the kids who work hard at… continue reading »

HELPING KIDS LEARN FROM MISTAKES

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The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from one of their contributors, Jedd Hafer… HELPING KIDS LEARN FROM MISTAKES Have you ever ruined a really good lesson with an “I told you so”? I know I have. Human nature just makes it difficult… continue reading »