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Every good parent would choose to educate their child and teenagers well. Some parents register their children in public school, where the government chooses what to teach your child or teenager, while some choose to school their own children at home. Whatever is right for you, it is imperative to ensure your child or teenager gets educated. What is the number one reason we send our children to school? What is the number one reason it is important for you to send your child or teenager to school?

As an adult, I believe, we send our children to school so they can have the best chance to be happy in life: We want the best for them; we want them to be happy; we want them to have real opportunities. The majority of approaches that parents are taking today to, basically, force their child or teenager go to school are hurtful threats, physical punishment, and gut wrenching guilt parenting solutions that are actually setting the teenager up for failure now and in their future.

In wanting what is best for our children we tend to say things like “What’s wrong with school?” or “Don’t you want a good education?” It is also easy for good moms and dads to unintentionally demean the tween by ignoring what is important to them. The child says, “I hate school!” And the parent comes back with, “I don’t care what you want!” The power struggle will continue until the child is a teenager, and then the teenager gets deemed with a poor attitude.

If you are a good parent using these outdated punishment techniques, you are creating everything your child is producing! From one adult to another, it’s essential to read on to find out what 3 positive parenting styles Thomas Liotta has to share on guiding your child to go to school in a way that empowers them.

3 Positive Parenting Skills to Help Guide Your Teenager to Go to School

1. Your child says, “I don’t want to go to school.” Understand that your child speaks a different language than you do. They do not have the ability to think abstractly until after the age of 13. “I’m not going to school” can mean a number of things. A good parent will learn to understand the language their teenager speaks and will communicate in a way that the teenager will understand.

2. Help guide your child to choose to go to school by asking them questions. When your child is goofing off instead of getting ready for school, instead of yelling to be heard, “You have to go to school” ask the teenager a question, “Little Timmy, what should we be doing right now?” He will answer, “Getting ready for school.”

3. Then you can praise him/her, “Ah, look how smart you are. What do we have to do to get ready?” “We have to brush our teeth, eat our breakfast and get our clothes on.” “Perfect! Little Timmy, you always know the right answers. You are so smart, look at you! When you get that done in the next 5 minutes, we will have time to look up that information you were looking for before we go.” Anything that the tween says is important to them should be important to you. Instead of ignoring what is important for your child, always validate and respons, “Yes, I want you to do that, have that or be that, too. You definitely can do that after you go to school!”

There is always a way to say yes, and to guide your child or teenager to the outcome you seek. By understanding the different languages, empowering your child with the correct questions (not abstract ones) and guiding them with love, you will put an end to the parent child power struggle forever!

Thomas’ award winning parenting skills will help you produce a confident, happy and grateful teenager in any child. When you learn to lovingly guide your child’s behaviour, as opposed to using out dated punishment techniques, that work short term at best, you will always be the hero to your child. Make sure to get our FREE gift to you. Only the first 2,000 will get it so act now.

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It has just been a nightmare of a day and Mom comes home to a messy house and a room full of teenagers sitting around talking on thier phones. There are food containers left open, spilled pop on the carpet, and their school bags are all just scattered throughout the house. She is either used to it, in denial of it, or is about to blow. In any case, this is not a scenario that will have a happy ending no matter what you choose to do for discipline. I know your house never looks like that after a hard day, but if it did, you would have to punish, right?

Here are 3 Positive Parenting Solutions That are Simple and Work with Children and Teenagers to Create Self-Discipline.

1. Know the Reward for your child or teenager when they do a good job on something you have asked them to do. I know you have a right to your expectations and if you like what is going on right now with your child, then continue with your present parenting styles. If you would like to see more productivity from your child or teenager, pay attention to what is important to them. Their why is there to help your child be motivated to do their homework. You can always make sure you have the correct motivator by listening to what your child asks you for and by paying attention to which things are important to them.

2. Have a parent-child conversation with your child or teenager, either the night before an event or in the morning of the event. Have a 5 minute talk with your teenager about what your child can earn by acting with certain characteristics like quiet, cooperative and calm. Make sure they know that when they do this, this and this, they earn dessert after dinner. Confirm this by asking your teenager to repeat back to you what the agreement is. Yes, you have to supply food but you don’t have to supply butter on the veggies, or steak with their salad and bread, because, well, that is definitely a privilege. Privileges are earned into 3 sections: bare minimum, average and outstanding. Outstanding work earns outstanding rewards!!!

3. Make sure you have taken the time to teach them step-by-step how to do every task you ask of your child; teach them over and over again until they complete the task to your expectation. Don’t assume your child knows what you mean when you ask them to load the dishwasher. Stick to your part of the agreement by teaching them how to earn the privileges in their life. Stick to these simple but effective positive parenting strategies and you will see a positive outcome with your child or teenager every time you have a task to be done.

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My Parenting Style Was Stealing the Independence, Confidence and Self-Worth of My Child and Teenager

When I was 22 years old, I discovered myself with a lack of education, a lack of cash and a lack of self-worth! I was dating an ex-boyfriend, whom I later on wed, had four children with, and divorced. He was 25 at the time, and stayed in his mom and dad’s basement. He had a lack of education and learning, a lack of cash and a lack of self-respect! When I look back now, I think to myself, “That was a whole other world ago!”

That was the year that I was introduced to a fantastic publication on personal development called Think and Grow Rich, composed by Napoleon Hill, first released in 1937. I remember crying and running over to my father’s home. I told him, “If the kids only understood how remarkable, clever and fantastic they are, they can be secured from making the exact same horrible mistakes I had actually already made.” I steadfastly continued to make blunders throughout my trip for the next several years.

I look at the whole world today and wonderful individuals in it. I wonder why they cannot see the beauty of the planet like I do. I have thought ever since I read Think and Grow Rich that if all of the people understood that they could be more, do even more and have more, then they would truly work hard for it, like I did. It looked like nine times of 10, if not one out of the whole 100, when I would come across somebody, they would rely on dreams for other individuals but could not rely on dreams for themselves.

I soon came to be a success coach and motivational speaker, after studying personal advancement for 18 years, so I could help the people in the world see their personal achievement. I have had a dream because I read Think and Grow Rich that I would in some way have the ability to get to the children to be able to instruct them in their individual development. I now recognize the truth! The honest truth is children do not need individual development. They require excellent positive parenting solutions with framework, real love and support. Kids and teens require their parents to take on their part as the parent and to work as hard to raise their children as they operate in their companies!

I made errors. I did not have excellent parenting designs because I did not have terrific role models as a child, so I did the very best I could possibly do as a single mother. I worked on teaching them the abilities of setting goals, making vision boards, and composing down the essential things they want in their life, however at the same time I was stealing their self-reliance, confidence and self-regard with my parenting styles. I was a dedicated parent. I volunteered at their schools. I made sure that they constantly had great clothing, and I made certain to personally invest a lot of time with them when they were little. So, where the heck did I fail? How did I end up with unhappy kids who are ungrateful, unloving and deserving?

Thank goodness I discovered the response to my dream and the response to help the next generation of children and teens come to be delighted, effective and grateful. Nothing happens by opportunity or luck, so I will state it in this manner, “I drew in Thomas into my life because we were meant to share these positive parenting solutions with you and every various other mom and dad around the globe!”

The first thing I learned from Thomas is to actually listen to my children, to hear what is important to them. This is their fuel for them to learn the life skills which I have deemed essential to their survival. Now, we work towards the future together, as a strong team.

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