Consequences for Actions

Sometimes, consequences are obvious; other times, parents struggle to come up with one for a troublesome behavior. Try this: ask your child to come up with the consequence of a particular behavior. It may not be the most effective solution, but it is rewarding (and sometimes quite entertaining!) as a parent to listen to his ideas. Together, you might just find a solution that works. Alternatively, explain to your child that parenting is a hard job, and parents don't know all the answers. Then, ask your child what he would do if he were a parent and had to solve this problem. Again, you may hear responses that you will treasure forever, and also might just work!

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  • Parent Workshops at Stapleton Pediatrics

    Stapleton Peds is excited to announce that we are hosting a series of parent workshops in our office put on by EMPOWER Centers of Excellence in Family Behavioral Health. See the attached for more details and to register as space is limited.
     
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    Stapleton Pediatrics is currently accepting new patients. Please contact us to schedule a appointment today!