How to discipline your kids

Many parents struggle to keep their children in line. Disobedience, temper tantrums and foul language are just a few of the symptoms of kids who are out of control. What should those parents do?
Feb. 24, 2011 - PRLog -- A new approach to the common problem of child behaviour is now being introduced by Mrs Ronit Baras, a life coach from Brisbane's south side, who has already proven to class after class of parents her unorthodox methods actually work.

Mrs Baras says, "Parents are human too.  There is just too much focus on getting the kids to do this and getting the kids to stop that, but nobody pays enough attention to the parents – how they feel, what they need and how they act".

When parents have it tough, they cannot be present with their children.  They keep thinking about work, stressing about housework and bills and worrying about their ability to cope.  This is particularly bad in homes that have gone through a divorce, where each parent must fill the place of the other, parents sometimes deal with their new partner's kids and the children keep moving between two homes while carrying a heavy emotional burden.

"I teach parents to care for themselves, because they deserve to be happy.  I show them how to be happy first.  Happy parents raise happy kids.  It's as simple as that.  Because children learn by mimicking their parents, they will also learn to be happy and that will make their parents' life even easier", says the international parenting expect, blogger and author.

Several Brisbane schools have already run special closed workshops for the parents within their communities, as well as the teachers, and the results are nothing short of amazing.  Participants develop a special language, including terms like "Pink elephant", "Next!" and "Communication style".  Both teachers and parents say it helps them understand themselves and the children much better and the atmosphere around the school has improved a lot since the workshops with Mrs Baras.

Mr Derek Brady, principal of Upper Mt Gravatt State School, even refers to her as "my resident life coach" and seeks her advice in matters of emotions and behaviour.  "I reckon every school should hire a life coach like Ronit", he says.

Until that happens, Be Happy in LIFE runs public parenting workshops at Upper Mt Gravatt State School's new training facility, the next one scheduled on 27 March 2011.

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