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Supporting Children with Positives

It is important to help children understand what it is we want them to do or how we want them to behave.  However, most information is shared in the negative perspective.  “Stop that.  Don’t do that.  I do not like that.” 

If we change our approach to be proactive and positive, the likelihood of cooperation from the child increases. 

Simple Tips to Make Positive Changes

Positive attitudes will impact our day and approach to life over time.

It is better to be proactive and try to teach children our expectations and appropriate behaviors in a positive approach.  However, it is not always easy to do.  Practicing these skills and working on developing a positive approach will influence the development of your child and their social skills with other peers and adults.

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