Parenting Young Children with Behavior Problems

Some children present special parenting challenges. We often label them "difficult," "disobedient," or even "bad." These children don't intend to try their parents but rather are born with a challenging temperament. Unfortunately, most young children with behavior problems provoke negative reactions from adults. These reactions tend to make the child's behavior worse, starting a harmful pattern that can continue throughout a child's life. Constructive reactions, on the other hand, can ...
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Parenting Children with Disabilities: Discover the Gift that is Yours

"Husband and wife have a solemn responsibility to love and care for each other and for their children. ‘Children are an heritage of the Lord' (Psalms 127:3)." -The Family: A Proclamation to the World Research about parenting children with disabilities has often focused on the negative, such as family disruption and stress. But many researchers are now saying they've overstated the negatives and overlooked the positives. While families with disabled children do experience challenges, newer st...
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