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6 Responses to Parenting Without Punishment: Guidelines, Empathy, and Natural Consequences (A 4-Step Action Plan)

  1. Amy  

    Kimberley, this is right on! Thank you for sharing your experiences with us and for laying it out in simple terms. 🙂

  2. Nancy Rose, the Acceptance Advocate  

    What great guidelines! This is an example of effective parent leadership.

  3. Heather

    We are trying to come up with a similar housekeeping plan right now. I am wondering what to do when my 9 year old son tells me he the clutter and mess really don’t bother him. How do we get him on the same team as my husband and me so we can move on to step 2-4?

    • Shawnee

      I’m wondering the same. How do you get them to cooperate if they don’t care and it doesn’t bother them that it bothers you?

  4. Sheila Pai  

    Wow. This is so clear, so powerful, so helpful. Geez, I miss you. I am so grateful for this inspiration.
    ~sheila

  5. Yara

    WoW that was so inspiring to read, my daughter is just 2 months old, I however am much like Ryleigh, feel stressed and disappointment when unorganized. Since I do not know what my DD will be like i hypothesis if I take the responsibility to have some tidiness around her now she may be more apt to liking order!