big-boy bed, 1 week is usually all you need--as long as you stick with it.
• Be consistent--have all caregivers keep the same rules and routine.
• Encourage--read an encouraging book on the topic or tell a story.
• Have rewards--praise him for doing well; offer hugs and kisses, stickers, or a small token.
• Anticipate conflict--change your routine to avoid battle situations.
• Very quick response--immediately follow your child’s action with a consequence (good or bad).
• Ignore--minor, undesirable actions often aren’t worth your energy.
• One at a time--pick your battle and choose only one behavior to modify at a time.
• Role model--your child watches you and follows your lead so demonstrate good behavior, respect, and love to those around you.
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