If done right, discipline can build up your toddler’s self-worth and cooperation from him. By Francoise Gallet
There are dozens of theories on child discipline, but Beth Cooper Howell is here to clear up a few murky
Could you throw out all the old discipline tricks in favour of understanding, respect and communication? By Kate Sidley
Lisa Witepski asks if shouting at your kids is a form of discipline, or if it does more harm than
Research shows that discipline shouldn’t be about trying to control your child or a source of conflict. Rather, it should
Discipline is murky waters, but occupational therapist Samantha Toweel-Moore says offering choices and being vulnerable are key.
There are many ways to effectively discipline your children, but there’s no one right way to do it, and not
It is now illegal to spank your child in South Africa, but you can still teach him right from wrong
Is your whining toddler driving you mad? Follow our advice to find out why she does it and how to
Bribe? reward? praise? What’s the difference? And does it really matter how you motivate your tot? By Sam-Toweel Moore
Time-out can work really well to discipline your toddler when he’s been naughty. Here are some tips for successful time-outs.
We look at four different parenting styles and how it can influence your child. By Ann Gadd
In an ideal world we would all be perfect parents, making no mistakes in the upbringing of our children. But
Manners are your child’s key to opening the door to social and emotional connection, says occupational therapist Samantha Toweel-Moore.
Discipline, which you have been able to delay for the most part when your baby was small, is now becoming
When your toddler starts to say “no”, it’s time to understand this important milestone. By Samantha Toweel-Moore
Tantrums are common at age two as children are acquiring language and can generally understand more than they express. Try
Interrupting your conversations, pretending not to hear you, back chatting, and playing a little too rough with friends and siblings
There's no need to fear disapproving glances if your child is well behaved. Here are some basic behaviour principles to