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Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Conflict Response Styles and Strategies in Your Home
The first major challenge when it comes to conflict is that we are taught to win at the expense of others. When we get into a fight or disagreement, it’s as if many of us step into a boxing ring and fight against one another—instead of realizing that we are actually on the same team.Three Conflict Response Styles and StrategiesWhen we play the adversarial game of conflict, there needs to be a winner and a loser. During a conflict with at least two opponents, the following two strategies are typically used:1. "Punch Response" – This involves one fighter getting caught up in the heat of the moment and letting it rip—no holds barr  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Difficult Behavior in Adolescents
Parenting Question “Kelly, I am a concerned aunt who has heard you on the radio and like your practical and straightforward approach. I have a BIG question. Recently, my 13-year-old niece has become friends with a group (some who think it is fun to hang out on the streets) who are negatively impacting her life. Once an honor roll student, her grades have plummeted and she is now on the verge of expulsion. Often she does not come home on weekends and is doing drugs. She hasn’t taken crystal meth, but it seems that she is on that path. I am scared for her and for my brother who has picked her up now six times from the emergency room after various ove  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Home Environment and Parenting as a Predictor of Achievement
Although home environment and parenting definitely influence a child's ability to succeed, the number one predictor of achievement is a child’s own internal belief system. Their beliefs, how they interpret their home environment, and the parenting style they grew up with all help define who they are and who they will become. When it comes down to it, it isn’t so important what happens to a child. How a child interprets and responds to what happens to her or him is a more accurate predictor of their ability to succeed in life.Home Environment: NOT a Predictor of AchievementChildren growing up under the same roof can turn out quite differently in   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: How DOES Divorce Affect Teenagers?
Parenting Question“After a turbulent 18 years of marriage, I believe my husband and I will be getting a divorce soon. We’ve split up lots of times before (due to both his and my affairs) and we’ve tried counseling, but this time I think it is finally over. There is too much hurt and too much anger. Cliché of me perhaps, but I have stayed because of my kids. I just want to know, how does divorce really affect teenagers? I have two teens: a 14-year-old girl and a 16-year-old boy.” —Soon-To-Be Single MomPositive Parenting Tip for Teenagers Dealing with DivorceDear Soon-To-Be Single Mom:Bottom line—g  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Potty Training Tips For Girls
Parenting Question“My older daughter turns 4 in a few days and still has very little interest in potty training. Initially, I was waiting for her to lead the way by showing interest. Her sister was born when she was 27 months old, and I didn’t feel that either immediately before or after the birth was a good time for either of us to start potty training. Time dragged on, until I started finding myself getting angry about changing her dirty diapers just after she turned 3. One day, I decided it was time for her to start using the toilet. The first few mornings, she threw a tantrum about wanting a diaper, but then she accepted wearing underpants.   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Spanked Kids' Bottom As Punishment, And Now Mom Feels Guilty
Parenting Question"I always swore that a spanked kids’ bottom as punishment is something I wouldn’t ever do. Yet this morning, I did! My daughter just wouldn’t do anything … brush her teeth, eat her breakfast, put on her shoes … nothing. I was so frustrated that I just spanked her bottom, then felt terribly guilty when she wouldn’t stop crying. How I got her to school I don’t know. Funny thing is that I heard you on the radio talking about your book When You're About to Go Off The Deep End, Don’t Take Your Kids With You on the way home and what you said made a lot of sense. I am like the Super Mom you spoke about and do way too much for  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Dealing with Early Teenage Behavior Problems
Parenting Question“My lovely, cheerful, ever-helpful 11-year-old daughter has recently turned into the troublemaker in my house. I have 2 other girls, ages 7 and 9, who are also influenced by her behavior. Now, every meal seems like a battleground. The 11-year-old is usually making mean remarks and bossing everyone around. I try to be patient, but it's very difficult!! She is also prone to raising her voice and shouting at anything. Is this early teenage behavior problems and what can I do??? “— Mom Trying to Cope with Early Teenage Behavior ProblemsPositive Parenting Tip for Early Teenage Behavior ProblemsDear Mom Dealing  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Teenage Girls + Media = Low Self-Esteem
Is it really true that teenage girls + media = low self-esteem?The issue of media's impact on teenagers has generated a lot of interest in the last decade. Despite contradictory findings, all researchers agree that teenage girls as a group are focused on their looks—especially on what they don’t like about themselves! Marketing departments and ad agencies spend millions each year targeting teenage girls who spend much of their hard-earned dollars (and their parents’ hard-earned dollars!) on looking good. Although the message of “girl power” is prevalent in today's marketing messages, so is the irrefutable idea that “sexy” and “thin” are in!The  (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: Topics For A Parent Workshop
Let's face it—choosing the right topics for a parent workshop can successfully motivate parents to attend your events. If you are a counselor, educator, father or mother interested in facilitating a parent workshop that provides the tools for raising responsible, happy and compassionate children, then this article will help steer you in the right direction. Having been in the parenting education field for over a decade, I'm happy to share with you what has worked best for the participants in my parenting workshops. I also share some tips from moms across North America who have used my book When You’re About To Go Off The Deep End, Don’t Take Your Kids With You   (read full article)
Category :: Parenting Articles Author :: Kelly Nault 
 Article Title :: What to Do When Nighttime becomes Fight Time-Bedtime, Kids... Discipline? Is Punishment the Answer?
When parents say, “It’s bedtime, kids!” discipline frequently follows.If any (or all!) of the following sound familiar, know you’re not alone:• “One more story…pleassssse!”• “I need another glass of water.”• “Can I stay up just 15 more minutes?”Bedtime delays are an epidemic problem that plagues most households. If it’s not one more story, it’s “ten more minutes” of their favorite show or dawdling in the bathroom. We’ve all been there.Bedtime + Kids + Discipline + Anger = More ProblemsWhen your child puts up a fight at bedtime, responding with anger can often create even more problems. Your  (read full article)
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