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I accept the deal!

“Giving your child appropriate rewards for achievable goals helps him develop into an emotionally healthy adult”, says Dr. Fassler.

“A child who learns to achieve a goal and earns a positive reward for it gains a healthy dose of self-esteem” he says.
“That child should grow up to be a more resilient adult, able to cope with life's ups and downs”, he adds.

These Americans are strong! Dr. Fassler of the University of Vermont.

I am French and it seems that we are also very fashionable in the United States with “French parenting”!

I make my mix-cooking between the authority of parents and the valorization of children.
How is valuing children a problem when they want to show us that they are making efforts?
I remain pragmatic, everyone does what he wants and as he can.

It's concluded between us!
We will establish a number of missions, we will decide how many points we earn for each missions and make a list of small pleasures.
They are too happy that I take time to talk with them.
It is also a first reproach that flies away, even though it is only momentarily.

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I confess, I’m hooked!

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To my emails more than anything, Facebook a bit and luckily not at all to video games!
That, that’s my husband!
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A completely new experience!

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Some parents have asked to be able to allocate the same goal to several children simultaneously and this is now possible.
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Can a tool educate our children?

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When you buy the multifunctional mega robot that you dreamt about for 3 years, do you really think it will also wash your vegetables, peel them and put them in the oven?
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Everyone looks for recognition.

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When they were small: “Mommy, look how fast I run!”, “Daddy, look how high I jump!”
Now that they are bigger: “Look, I am soon taller than you!”
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Why being scared of technology?

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Let us return to this idea of a board of points drawn by the children at the origin of Family Pact.
They constantly tell me that I was born in the Middle Ages and wondered whether television existed in my days. So I have my revenge...
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Is educating negociating?

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I read everything! Dolto, Almos, Rufo... Positive education, vertical education, advice from my mother, friends.
Well, we're going to be pragmatic!
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Educating your child isn't always easy!

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Being sometimes outdated by 2 kids is a classic situation. And I know this!
Especially having the feeling of a lack of listening and at the same time not being listened to.
This is where an idea emerged...
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