Bekka’a Part Four

This just means giving only 1 or 2 commands at once, e.g. “first, put your shoes away, then come back to me”. This key is extremely important for 2 categories of kids: young children and older kids with attention difficulties. If you have to give your child multiple tasks because you are leaving or don’t […]

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Bekka’s Part Three

There are 3 parts to this: A. Know whether what you are saying is a command, a question, or simply a request, and state it as such. Before you verbalize to your child what you want him to do, think about whether what you are about to say is something that’s ok for him to […]

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Bekka’s Part Two

E.G. “You get paid up to $10 every Saturday for compliance with rules throughout the week. You get a small dessert every night when your dinner is completed. You can have 1 soda during homework time, as long as you completed your homework successfully the night before…”. * Something to remember here if you’re feeling […]

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Bekka’s Part One

Bekka’s 8 keys to increase your child’s compliance and decrease conflict at home 1. Know what you expect from your children and make sure they know what to expect in return This means that you must take the time to really think about and decide what you expect from your kids on a daily and […]

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