topic of disciplining a child is a complex one. There are many
different theories on what is the best way to discipline. The
resources listed here offer ways to explore this issue.
section of Family Education provides links to articles on discipline
that are age appropriate.
This is an
article from the National Commission to Prevent Child Abuse
called How to Teach Your Children Discipline.
is a very easy to use search engine that has many links to sites
dealing with children from birth to age 7.
about Discipline may be located in either the Childrens
or Adult area classified under Dewey numbers 649.1 (child development)
or 649.64 (discipline). They may also be in a special parenting
collection in the Childrens area. Magazine and newspaper
articles can be found in your local library's database collection.
Your local librarian will be happy to help you locate the materials
you need or
visit your library online at www.nassaulibrary.org/list/nasslist.html
to Love, Difficult to Discipline: the 7 Basic Skills For Turning
Conflict Into Cooperation by Rebecca Bailey.
This approach uses 7 powers for self control
to help adults provide children with the love and guidance they
need to grow and prosper.
Encouraging Parent: How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids and Start
Teaching Them Confidence by Rodney Kennedy.
Contains a wealth of information on how to teach kids self-discipline.
Gives simple suggestions for discipline that is effective and
loving at the same time.
to Keep Your Teenager Out of Trouble and What to Do if You Can't
by Neil Bernstein.
Helps parents identify whether their teens are
exhibiting typical behavior or real danger signs and tells what
to do about it.
Refuse to Raise a Brat: Straightforward Advice on Parenting
in an Age of Overindulgence by Marilu Henner.
This explores the long-term effects of overgratifying
youngsters and offers a wealth of advice in a question-and-answer
Are Worth It!: Giving Your Child the Gift of Inner Discipline
by Barbara Coloroso.
This theory encourages kids to make decisions,
take responsibility for their actions, and learn from their
Discipline: Fast, Lasting Solutions for Your Peace of Mind and
Your Child's Self-Esteem by Larry Koenig.
how to use a five-step Smart Discipline system to quickly solve
common problems and empower parents to get their children self-motivated.
offers help on child rearing including the topic of discipline.
to Behave So Your Children Will, Too!
A collection of entertaining stories and practical
ideas gathered from real parents.
A simple, practical guide to increase the self-esteem
of yourself and your child.