Natural and Logical Consequences


We all make choices and engage in behavior that creates the next experience. Consequences should not be used as punishments~

They need to be:

• Naturally or Logically connected to the behavior
• Known in advance when possible
• Given in a firm but calm voice
• Easy to apply and make sense to the child
• Spoken without yelling or anger, you are not the enemy

Give children the chance to try again as soon as possible… you want to help them see they can be successful!


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Melissa Schwartz

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Melissa Schwartz was born an intense, sensitive, power seeker. Her passion for giving a ‘voice’ to the legitimate needs of children naturally evolved into becoming the co-creator of Leading Edge Parenting. Her expertise in being able to articulate the inner world of high-spirited children helps parents understand why what they're doing isn't working and offers step-by-step strategies to inspire cooperation, responsibility and develop health self-esteem.   Want to talk with Melissa to better understand your highly sensitive child? Click here to schedule a free consultation.

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