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Touch heals. An increasing amount of evidence suggests that touch has more power than we could ever imagine.
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Regardless of the method used, effective discipline methods share similar characteristics.
Personal accountability means teaching kids that actions have consequences.
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The self-quieting approach has long been presented as a powerful alternative to punishment and time-out.