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The Redo
Teaching Tips for Parents by Cindy R. Lee, LCSW Of all the strategies used to correct children, the “redo” is an all-time, outstanding, without a shadow of a doubt, favorite technique. Because it is so simple and straightforward, it’s surprising that parents and teachers haven’t known how to use it since the dawn of time....
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How to Show Respect
Teaching Tips for Parents by Cindy R. Lee, LCSW R-E-S-P-E-C-T! Humans show this trait when engaging in meaningful connections with others throughout our lives. Driven by love, we strive daily to be respectful and to teach our children to be respectful. We teach proper table manners, the importance of sharing, the value of cleanliness, and...
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Accepting No – Teaching Tips for Parents
By Cindy R. Lee, LCSW, LADC Doggie Doesn’t Know No is a book about a dog that was never taught how to live in a house with a family. He was left to live on his own and was never told “yes” or “no.” When he came to live with a family, he was lost...
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Choices and Compromises
Giving voice to our children is one primary way we build trust and engage in healthy relational interactions with them. When children’s voices are heard and their needs are met from the beginning, secure attachment is developed – They understand on deep level when I cry, a caregiver comes to meet my needs. With our...

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