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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 Jim Fay.

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Parents across the country increasingly are describing the same problem—kids who argue, roll their eyes, complain, and even refuse to do what their parents ask! One mother commented, “Every time I say something to my thirteen-year-old, she gets snippy and says, “Whatever!” There’s good news! The following four commonsense tips for raising respectful kids are… continue reading »

The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs. 

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Helping Kids Make Good Decisions Kids face more life-and-death decisions today than ever before. They are being challenged at earlier ages with scarier choices about drugs, alcohol, sex, and violence. Clearly, most children are growing up in a more challenging world than we ever imagined, and the consequences of their mistakes are more serious than… continue reading »

The Kid’s Corral incorporates the research-based discipline approaches from the Love and Logic programs.  Below is an excellent article from Jim Fay.

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Tantrum-free Shopping with Your Kids January 13, 2023 Recently we had a customer who called in desperation about how to handle their child in the checkout line at a store. Many parents have experienced embarrassing episodes such as this, causing them to feel anxious about going to the store with their kids. They simply dread… continue reading »

Is “I’m Sorry” Enough?

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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 the founders and creators, Dr. Charles Fay……. Is “I’m Sorry” Enough? – Dr. Charles Fay I’m asked quite often, “When my child misbehaves or causes a problem for someone, he’s quick to say, ‘I’m… continue reading »