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Helping your Unruly and Indisciplined Children to succeed


Recently, we spoke about preparing your child for a successful life here and one of our keen readers expressed a certain liking for the article, but said it sounded very much like the ideal situation, in terms of the children being obviously disciplined, hence making their success easier. With that in mind, we did promise another feature on “Turning your Unruly and Indisciplined (Strong-Willed) children into a success stories”, so today we focus on just that.

As good fortune would have it, I have been in touch with Jane Nelsen, author and co-author of the Positive Discipline series. (you can check out all things positive at www.positivediscipline.com) and she has agreed to allow me to use this all too wonderful article on dealing with strong willed children. What this piece does is focuses on the psychological aspects of children being ‘uncooperative, unruly and indisciplined’ and assesses how best to deal with children normally fitted under those categories. The article offers a useful guide for parents to turn around what was once a ‘wayward child’ into one whom is capable of making informed choices which will in turn better their chances for success.

Check out the article here and be sure to let us know what challenges you are having with your children. We’ll be sure to get local feedback as well on how you and your children can overcome these challenges.

Happy Reading!!

Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude.
Thomas Jefferson
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  1. * Popping in from over at MomDot.com
    Great post! I'm mommy to four children ages 13, 11, 9, and 18 mos. I'm going through normal dicipline issues with each one, I guess…

    My thirteen year old is giving me a run for my money! She's a typical young teen. 🙂

  2. Wooo, guess I should be gearing up for when my little one gets to her teenaged years…she's showing signs of much sass already…I hope you found some useful hints thought to help you to keep up with your 13 year old 🙂

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