Time-In: When Time-Out Doesn't Work

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Time-outs are a great way to handle misbehavior -- but sometimes they don't do the job. When parents feel frustrated, angry, helpless or scared because this traditional tool doesn't work, they can add Time-In. Parents can use "time-in" when they want children to: -- Listen and think; -- Change their behavior in a positive way; -- Pay attention to what they or others need; and -- Correct something they've done wrong.

Time-In: When Time-Out Doesn't Work 1999, Parenting Press, Seattle, WA

ISBN-13: 9781884734298

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