What if Giving Children Consequences Isn’t Good Discipline After All?

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One of the key ideas of conventional parenting—the parenting most of us grew up with—is that when a child misbehaves, the parent should mete out consequences. The kinds of consequences we parents favor depend on the culture we’ve grown up in, but what if there’s another, more effective way to bring up well-disciplined children? Join Hand in Hand Founder, Patty Wipfler, for a discussion of consequences and the options available to parents to set limits that build better, more connected, relationships.

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Patty Wipfler Patty Wipfler Founder, Program Director, and Trainer

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