Is My Kid just a BAD Kid?

One of the most popular questions I get asked from parents is: Have you ever seen a kid as bad as mine? My answer is always the same - Your kiddo is amazing! The behavior could use some work. 

There is a big difference between bad kids and bad behavior. The first one, bad kids don't exist. No child is trying to get in trouble or be bad. They did not become evil or are not so set in their behavior that it can't change.

Behavior can be bad. 

Here is the good news: ALL behavior can change.
 

This means, that your child is never a bad human. They might just need some new ways to behave. If that is the case, you are in in the right place!

Check out this video - its chapter 13 from my new book, Love Your Family Again. 

Dr. Marcie reads from her new book Love Your Family Again. Action based tools are provided so you can make changes in your families life today! This chapter talks about the difference between bad kids and bad behavior. Your child might do bad things, but that does not make him/her a bad kid. Get the concrete tools to change your perspective, so you can change the problem behavior.

How to have success with Technology and your Kids! Chapter 19 from Love Your Family Again (FB Live)

Dr. Marcie reads from her new book Love Your Family Again. Action based tools are provided so you can make changes in your families life today! Find out how to have success with screens in your home.

Ideas into action

Parents: Sit down with your kids today and make technology rules. It's the first step to successful interactions around technology!

Teachers: Talk about the benefits of technology each day in your class. How does it help support learning?

She Can't Tell Me Why She Did It!

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Do you ask your kids why they did something all day long and never get a satisfying answer? Then join me because I will give you that answer and help you get satisfaction in the future!!

This week's Magic Monday Morning, on my Facebook page - Dr. Marcie Beigel is Scenario 8 in Love Your Family Again, my new book, which will be released on November 15, 2017!

Scenario 8 is all about how to approach your children when all you want to do is ask WHY! Also, you will get all the insights about my upcoming Behavior Bootcamp on October 28th and 29th, where we will be diving in and exploring exactly how behavior works and creating about action-based plans for you and your family! 

My Children Need ALL of My Attention!

So, I started this new thing... It is called Magic Monday Mornings!! I will be on my Facebook Page - Dr. Marcie Beigel, hosting a Facebook Live Event every Monday morning starting at 8 am! We will celebrate your accomplishments and find ways to do it better when your weekend came with some bumps!

Each Monday, I will also be reading a chapter from my new book, Love Your Family Again, releasing on November 15, 2017! I just can't wait for it to be published!! 

This week's Magic Monday Morning was Scenario 5 in Love Your Family Again. This scenario is all about the children that need ALL of your attention. Join me each Monday for new scenarios and practical behavior tools for you and your family! 

Watch below for your weekly dose of magic!!

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How to Get Your Children to Stop Crying

As we know, when children cry it's not always because something is wrong.

The truth is children cry for many reasons.

A parent recently submitted a question for my Ask Me Anything series* about what she should do when her child cries as a form of manipulation.

That child is a smart cookie; he knows crying works to give him what he wants.

There is a way to stop this behavior pattern!

Click below to find out the simple way to stop the tears and keep your kids on task.

Insight Into Action!

Parents: When will you begin the process with your kid?

Teachers: What is one circumstance where you will begin the process with one particular student?

 

With a little help we can all grow. If a special person in your life can use this information, then please forward this blog.

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How to Get Kids to Do Their Homework: Behavior Strategy Demo

With school comes homework ... and with many small beings that also means nightly fights. Now that the school year is upon us, the homework battles can be epic. Your small being pulls out every excuse imaginable as to why they can not and will not do their assignments.

It can be trying for even the most patient parents.

So this week I'm not only giving but showing you how to get your kids to do their homework without argument.

Watch below!
 

Insight Into Action!

Parents and Teachers: Which part of this strategy will you use with the small beings in your life?

 

Feedback? Thoughts? Comments? Email me at: Info@BehaviorAndBeyond.net

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How to Get Kid to Clean Up

As the 2017 school year is upon us, I want to share one of my favorite topics with you!

One of the top complaints I hear from families and teachers is:

“My kids just won’t clean up after themselves.”

It does take a lot of energy to clean up after small beings so that frustration is certainly warranted.

But there’s something important to know about cleaning: it’s not a skill, like a language that is simply absorbed by observing those around you.

Children must be taught how to clean up after themselves.

I outlined my best strategy for teaching kids this valuable lesson!

Click below to find out what it is.

Insight Into Action!

Parents: When exactly do you want to instruct your kiddo how to clean up?

Teachers: What is one activity after which you will begin instructing your little ones how to clean up?

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How to Tell Your Kid "NO!" Effectively

No one likes to hear or say “no.”

When you say it you feel like you might have disappointed or upset someone.

Being able to say and stick to “no” is one of the most common lessons I teach to parents. Small beings are persistent and so darned cute! It makes saying "no" extremely difficult.

In this week’s blog I will teach you about how to make your “no” stick every time!

Insight Into Action!

Parents: How did you shift the quality of your "no"?

Teachers: What is one way you can be more effective with saying "no" to requests from your students?

 

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