Challenges & Solutions
Even though most parents have spanked their child at one time or another, there is an amazing amount of research that tells us about the negative effects of corporal punishment. Understanding the roots of our discipline practices may be important in understanding why we choose certain parenting practices and how they affect our children.
- Peace at Home Expert Tanika Eaves shares her passion for children and families as well as her research skills and personal insight to her extraordinary workshop. She co-presented with her esteemed guest, Doug Edwards, founder of Real Dads Forever
This workshop took a look at the history of slavery and colonialism to think together about their role in shaping beliefs about discipline and practices presumed to be “cultural.” We will discuss how these historical traumas may have influenced certain discipline techniques and their impact on children’s emotional, mental, and behavioral well-being.
They looked at what research indicates about the kind of discipline that is both helpful and affirming to kids and increases cooperation. We will consider positive discipline and how it works. Positive discipline emphasizes understanding children’s needs and emotions while nurturing their growth and development. By using positive discipline techniques, parents build strong, trusting relationships with their children, leading to healthier emotional and social development. Science based, positive discipline approaches also tend to increase cooperation without harming children’s confidence and courage.
- Click the button above to watch the recording of this workshop previously hosted. Come learn proven, effective solutions that quickly produce positive results giving you more clarity and confidence. If you are looking for more support email our Parent Guides at Solutions@Peaceathomeparenting.com.
- For additional support, check out the Quick Video Solutions Library, Parenting Principles for Progress not Perfection Explore the Video Solutions and Handouts for all the classes including The Kids are Not Alight: 7 Steps to Make Your Home Their Safe Place, Be Your Child’s Calm Center: Techniques to Calm the Brain