In a Nutshell
Positive punishment is a popular concept in parenting. We'll explain what it is and how you can implement it with six examples. Parenting isn't always a walk in the park, and determining the best way to address your child's inevitable poor behavior can be a tricky line to walk. Techniques like positive punishment and negative reinforcement (two parenting "buzzwords" that you've probably heard a lot already) are just two of the ways parents and child care providers can try to correct a child's behavioral issues. [RELATED: "Parenting Styles: 4 Negative Reinforcement Examples "] If you decide to try out either -- or both -- of these parenting techniques, it's important that you first understand what they mean, what they do, and how you can incorporate this technique into your parenting style -- and how your babysitter or nanny can incorporate it into their care repertoire. For now, we'll focus on the concept of "positive punishment." What Is "Punishment"? What Is "Positive Punishment"?
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