Category Archives: New School Parenting

Rate Yourself on 25 Examples of New School Parenting

Rate Yourself on 25 Examples of New School Parenting

Are you a “New School” parent? Or an “Old School” parent? Or somewhere in between? Rate yourself on my 25-example survey and find out. If you are pretty much stuck in the Old School ideas and parenting methods, there’s a good chance you are — or will have — trouble like conflict or defiance from a strong-willed or angry child. Check it out.

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3 Steps to Parent-Child Harmony is my book  that describes in detail the differences between the Old School Parenting model (power, control, and punishments) and the New School Parenting model (dialogue, agreements, and accountability). The ideas contained here represent a change from parenting harder to parenting smarter. They can transform a stressed parent-child relationship from conflict and arguments to one of cooperation and harmony. Please see these links if you are interested in more information or wish to purchase.
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Why New School Parenting Methods Work Better

Why New School Parenting Methods Work Better

New School parenting methods, based on a caring approach to discipline, work better than Old School methods because they get better results. Why is that?

Better Results with Difficult Kids

They truly do get better results–especially with difficult kids, who challenge parental authority, defy parental orders and rules, seem out-of-control, and are very often disrespectful. The reason the New School approach gets better results with these children (of ALL ages) is that they do away with power struggles, parent bossiness, power and control tactics, and the very real liability of parental disrespect toward their children.

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