PDCR Article in Growing Up In Santa Cruz

SharePositive Discipline Community Resources: Written by Suki Wessling    http://www.growing-up.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=464&Itemid=0 Not just the tip of the iceberg. “We have become a bullying culture, radiating out from our most intimate relationships all the way to the worksite and sports field,” says Jane Weed Pomerantz. Pomerantz’s job titles show her dedication to local families: President of the

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10 Tips for Peaceful Teaching from Aha! Parenting

ShareRead some cool Positive Discipline aligned tips by other great parenting resources. This one comes from Dr. Laura Markham from Aha! Parenting.  We are happy to have so many like-hearted, like-minded experts out there with us! 10 Tips for Peaceful Teaching “I’m a teacher of 4-5 year olds. I made the decision that I wouldn’t do

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Great Article on “Teaching Children to Calm Themselves”

ShareThis article in the New York Times details the importance of trauma informed programs and how they help children to better regulate their emotions. Note how it explains the rational for skills seen in Positive Discipline like “connection before correction”, “positive time outs” and “understanding emotions”! Teaching Children to Calm Themselves By DAVID BORNSTEIN MARCH 19, 2014

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The Neuroscience of Positive Discipline

Share by Stephanie Tam Rosas ~ Daniel J. Siegel and Tina Payne Bryson didn’t set out to explain why Positive Discipline (PD) is so effective, but that is ultimately the result of their book “The Whole-Brian Child”. Many of PD’s core concepts and approaches have worked with families already, but the science behind them gets further

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