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Sue Davey
Sue Davey is the founder and the Managing Director of Brainy Child Development. Sue is an advocacy advisor and paediatric neuroscience researcher, passionate about educating parents and caregivers about the importance of early education and intervention and how parents and caregivers can help children fulfil their full potential. She is the subject matter expert and consultant in area of early child development and special needs. Sue is in the process of writing a book about the importance of early years of life in a child’s brain development which includes numerous interviews with the world renowned neuroscientists.

6 discipline mistakes parents make

6 discipline mistakes parents make

Disciplining kids is one of the most challenging aspects of parenting. While the term discipline is associated with punishment and consequences, the word is actually rooted more on imparting knowledge, habit and skill. There are many approaches to disciplining children and each parent has their own methods that vary from another parent.  There is no foolproof way to parent but, according to experts, there are common discipline mistakes that parents need to avoid: 1.   Being overly harsh or negative Avoid bombarding your child with ‘no’ and ‘stop’ and ‘that’s bad!’ Moderate restrictive behavior with constructive responses that will tell your child ...

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