​Positive Discipline
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The foundations of positive discipline are laid in infancy, by creating the conditions that allow a mutually respectful and trusting relationship to develop between parent and child.   
   ©     McCarthy    2011 

The following books are recommended for a comprehensive, detailed  look at the principles and strategies of positive discipline:   

    ​►  “Attached at the Heart: Eight Proven Parenting Principles for Raising 
          Connected and Compassionate Children”
                                                                                               -  Barbara Nicholson and Lysa Parker


    ​  “Discipline Without Distress: 135 tools for raising caring, responsible 
         children without time-out, spanking, punishment or bribery”                                                                                                                                               -  Judy Arnall 


    ​►   “How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk” 
                                                                                                     -   Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish 

 The PCW team is working on a booklet entitled:

       "A User-Friendly Guide to Positive Discipline: From Birth to Age Ten

 Most of us were not brought up with non-punitive discipline methods, so 
 learning how to apply the principles and strategies of positive  discipline is often
 hard work. Though we think the effort is absolutely worth it, we want to make
 the already challenging and time-consuming work of parenting and caregiving a 
 bit easier by preparing an easy-to-use reference guide to positive discipline.  

 You will know this guide is available for purchase when you see that a link has 
 been created to it on this page. 
Positive discipline results in cooperative relationships and happy families
Parenting for a Caring World
  "Secure Babies, Strong Children, Successful Adults"



  Your Resource for CARE Parenting
     Conscious, Attuned, Responsive and Empathetic
The first two books cover infancy and toddlerhood as well as the older years
"Attached at the Heart" has been reviewed on the Recommended Resources page.