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[What's wrong with spanking?: HP10-23/2015Ar-PDF
tips to guide your child's behaviour in a positive way].
"Sometimes parents feel frustrated by their children’s behaviour and do not know what to do. All children need guidance to help them learn self-control. Positive guidance, or ‘discipline’, teaches children skills, raises their self-esteem, and strengthens the parent-child bond. Physical punishment is not positive discipline. Children need safe, stable and nurturing relationships with their parents. This pamphlet provides some tips to help parents guide their child’s behaviour in a positive way"--Provided by publisher.
|Department/Agency||Public Health Agency of Canada. Department of Justice.|
|Title||[What's wrong with spanking?|
|Subtitle||tips to guide your child's behaviour in a positive way].|
|Other Language Editions||[English]|
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|Note||English title provided by publisher.|
|Number of Pages|| p. :|
|Departmental Catalogue Number||160149|
|Subject Terms||Parenting, Children, Behaviour|
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