A Colorado parent used an arguably controversial method to teach a child a lesson: public humiliation.
Jessica Rocha of Fort Morgan forced her fia...
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One evening a few years ago, I received a frantic phone call from a friend. She was sitting in her driveway guarding her son's video gaming systems. They were on the front curb next to the family's trash cans.
Parents who retreat from insisting on consequences for their child's misbehavior deprive their kids of essential lessons in limits and boundaries.
Punishment doesn't work, and as far as we're concerned, the problem begins with the concept itself. So if punishment doesn't work, what does?
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