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5.1 Cooperation Toolset

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  THIS CHAPTER IS IN THE PROCESS OF BEING REFORMATTED FOR WEB TRANSLATION. THE TEXT IN THE GRAPHICS MAY BE MISSING OR EMBEDDED ENGLISH UNTIL THIS PROCESS IS FINISHED.  PLEASE REFER TO THE PDF FOR GRAPHIC TEXT UNTIL THIS MESSAGE IS DELETED. Please remember that you signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement before being granted access to this content. You have my permission to reprint this content for your personal use only. If you want to reprint or distribute this to others, please complete & submit a reprint request form. Thank you!– Jody Johnston Pawel, LSW, CFLE, The Parent’s Toolshop,... (Read More ...)

5.2 Cooperation Tools (1)

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  Avoid Bribery  Bribes are tempting rewards, designed to manipulate, control or influence someone to take a particular action.  When children are slow to cooperate, parents often use bribery. They offer their children something enticing, like a toy for good behavior, payment for good grades, or a cookie to finish their veggies. Parents are usually trying to distract the children from what they want to do so they will do what the parent wants them to do. Bribes sometimes work in the short run, but they quickly become addictive for the child and ineffective for the parent. Bribery... (Read More ...)

5.3 Cooperation Tools (2)

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 Don’t Say “Don’t” ✰✰✰✰ This is a favorite tool among parents because it is logical, positive, and usually has immediate results. People learn by hearing, seeing, and doing. When we hear something, we see it in our minds and then try to do what we see. We also do what we see others doing. When children hear “don’t,” “stop,” or “quit” before a description of negative behavior, they picture the negative behavior the parent is trying to prevent or stop. For example, if a parent says “Don’t spill your milk,” the child pictures the milk spilling. For children... (Read More ...)

5.4 Cooperation Summary & Practice

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  134                                                                                      The Parent’s Toolshop   SUMMARY SHEET  COOPERATION TOOLSET   AVOID BRIBES   PLAN AHEAD ☆☆☆☆   OFFER CHOICES ☆☆☆☆ If there’s not a choice if something happens, givechoices for when and how it can happen.   DON’T SAY “DON’T” ☆☆☆☆ Describe what they can do.   NO NO’S ☆☆☆☆ Give a conditional “yes.”Offer an alternative. State a reason.Give information.Recognize feelings. Use wishes and... (Read More ...)