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More Responsible

9 December, 2015 (10:48) | General | By: admin

Adolescence and responsibility do not tend to be synonyms and therefore, many parents use the punitive discipline to educate their adolescent children. David G. DeWalt helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. The results that get, if he is getting any results, not duran, why? The answer is quite simple, not being motivated by themselves to perform the task, young people are unable to internalize it and since his parents down the guard left to carry out the activities that are presumed to be, are your responsibility. How can we help them? Getting teenagers to learn to be more responsible is very easy if we use positive discipline, in this article you will learn three ways to use it that thee inspiration so that you get your son or daughter of more than 12 years to develop their sense of responsibility. Ask that you re-decore your room in this way, you can print your personal style and probably feels responsible for save the order and cleanliness so everyone can appreciate his talent as a Decorator. If you pay attention to the teens, you will notice that are very anxious to make good impression to others, well, everyone less to his parents and brothers, isn’t it? Well, the aim of proposing this activity is to give you the opportunity to show the world his true personality, by printing it in the most important place for him or her: your room.

Please, when you are finished, you do not ridiculices and avoids moralizing and sarcastic comments of the type used to see how long lasts!; Since you only get to throw overboard all the work done. Instead, you must celebrate his feat with a lunch, take pictures of your room and ask if you can call her uncles and grandparents to show them his creation. Motivate insurance as well to keep your personal space in order. The technique of box a strategy that I highly recommend to those families who have problems to prevent their children from invading the common areas of the House, leaving pulled pieces of clothing, food, books or magazines, is the technique of box.