#Mummy#Papa#Happy 29th #marriage#anniversary to both of you.
You both are the best #example of a #perfect#couple.#parents
The bonding which you share is the healthiest #bond in the #world.
The #love, #care the #respect for each other don't have any words.
The #lessons of life you teach are literally the best things to be leaned in life.
It doesn't matter what the #circumstances are you people have always been my #side.
Specially #maa chahe me galat hu ya sahi aapki nazro ne mujhe humesha hi sahi paya Hai.
And papa ne chup chup rahkar mujhe bht kuch sikhaya Hai.
Aap bol deti ho wo bolte nahi Hai.
Magar me janta hu aisi koi raat nahi jab aap dono mere liye kuch sochte nahi Hai.
Yu to har maa baap ache hote Hai.
But for me you are the #best thing I can ever have in #life
Love you #lots.
Happy anniversary to #both of you
Continued from yesterday.
WHY YOUR DISCIPLINE DOESN’T WORK!
2⃣The Fix It Mentality
Understandably parents want to solve behaviour concerns. They want to be able to stop their baby throwing food from their highchair and their toddler from touching the expensive ornaments on the fireplace. They search for ways to stop their three year old from throwing objects in the house, stop their four and six year old siblings fighting and stop their teen from sulking. Any failure to extinguish these behaviours is seen as an ineffective discipline method. We need to move away from the 'fix it' desire. Sometimes, in fact a lot of times, behaviour can't be fixed. It's not like diagnosing an electrical fault, changing a fuse - and bingo, problem solved. We're talking mini people here, not wiring. Human behaviour, especially that of the little kind, is grey - not black and white. It would be nice to tidy up everything and fix behaviours, shutting them away in a locked drawer forever but real life doesn't work like that - it's complicated and messy. Change the narrative, don't think "how can I fix this?", but "Am I being realistic expecting this to stop right now? Can I use my adult brain and divert it, rather than fix it?".
Shifting from a 'fix it' to a 'divert it and use my adult brain' mentality makes you look at things differently. The baby throwing food from the highchair can't be fixed, a better solution would be to ditch the highchair and sit them on a mess mat on the floor. The toddler touching precious ornaments can't be fixed. A better solution is to put the ornaments out of reach or in a locked cupboard until the child is older, with developed impulse control. Switch from fixing to diverting and using your adult brain to bypass the situation,when discipline just doesn't seem to be working.
Join me this December as I will be showing you and other parents discipline tools that work without punishment.
The choice is yours. Book your seats now by sending me a direct message or call 08032012783 #Parents#Dad#lagosmoms#abujaevents#Parentingtips#Parentsfirst#mompreneur#PositiveParenting#Parentinglife#ParentsGram#workingmums#GuidedBeginnings