Eps 259: Solo Show- Exploring “Is This Positive Discipline?”Episode 259
Today’s podcast is a solo show with your host Casey O’Roarty. She is digging into the topic of “Is this Positive Discipline”? She discusses teen counseling, Positive Discipline, follow-through, cracking the code of your child’s behavior, celebrating mistakes, trusting the process, and more!
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Takeaways from the show
- Teen Counseling
- The 5 Criteria of Positive Discipline
- Questions to ask yourself to see if the response your giving in a situation meets the criteria for Positive Discipline
- Come into it expecting your kids to follow through
- Your kids behavior lets you know what kind of experience they’re having
- Invite your kids into more expression of what’s going on for them
- Most of our mischief comes from the perception that we don’t feel like we matter
- Everyone has their own unique lenses they see out of
- Whatever we do, we want our kids to feel more connected, seen, and like they matter
- Trust the process
- Our kids learn through experience over time
- Celebrate mistakes, focus on solutions
- Model your own self-regulation
- Help your children discover how capable they are
- Recognize this isn’t a formula or a gimmick
- Healthy human beings are expressive