There are three ways to use the new PKR:
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OK, you’ve seen the light. You want to become a reformed spanker. But how?
I have five steps for you, seven less than Alcoholics Anonymous, all easy to practice and pretty easy to put into effect.
You must want to change your behavior. Of course you don’t want to physically hurt your child. You don’t want to lose control. You don’t want to give your child the message that it’s OK for big people to hit little people.
You childproof your house not only to keep your child safe but also away from temptation. If the child cannot reach the computer, you won’t have to spank the kid for pulling down the keyboard and breaking it.
Most parents today need a crash course in stress reduction. I know when I was stressed-out I was more apt to lose control with my kids (I was a screamer, not spanker but neither one is good for children).
Here comes the hard part. Most of us spank quickly and in anger (and spend the rest of the day regretting it).
Two reminders: Don’t turn into a parent wimp, just find other ways of getting your kids to mind. And don’t feel guilty about past swats. Just about all of us admit to at least one swat per child.
If you can’t stop and the spanking is escalating, call Parent’s Anonymous.
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