Table of contents for The no-cry discipline solution : gentle ways to promote good behavior and stop the whining, tantrums, and tears / by Elizabeth Pantley.

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Table of Contents 
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Part 1 ¿ Essential Parenting Attitudes 
 Parenting: A Complex Job Made Easier with the Right Outlook
 Banish the Myths 
 Planning Ahead, Looking Ahead: Your Child as a Teenager
 Building a Strong Foundation
 Discipline and Emotional Control
 The Four Parts to Discipline
Part 2 ¿ No-Cry Discipline Parenting Skills and Tools
	Everyday Challenges
	First: Solve the REAL Problem 
	Discipline and Cooperation: Choose Your Adventure
	The Same Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow: Consistency
	The Power of Offering Choices
	Playing to Win: Cooperation Games
	Make it Talk ¿ The Remarkable Works-Every-Time Performance
	Engage the Imagination
	Sing a Song
	Tell a Story
	Be Silly
	5-3-1 Go! Fair Warning Prevents Battles
	Eye-to-Eye Discussion
	Use Positive Words
	When/Then, Now/Later, You May/After You
	Distraction and Redirection 
	Family Rules: A Key to Peace
	Make it Brief, Make it Clear
	Think it, Say it, Mean it, Do it
	Daily Routines: Predictability Triumphs
	Success with Happy Face Cards
	Time Out: Why, When and How
	Tantrums, Fussing and Whining: The Big Three
	Reminder Page: Stop the Tantrums, Fussing and Whining
	It¿s OK to Have Fun, It¿s OK to Be Firm
	Be Flexible. Don¿t Fret. Pick Your Battles.
 Compliments, Encouragement and Kind Words
Build a Foundation of Love, Trust and Respect
Reminder page: No-Cry Discipline Parenting Skills and Tools
Part 3 ¿ A Peaceful Home ¿ Staying Calm and Avoiding Anger
	Searching for Peace
	Anger ¿ The Shame and the Secret
 Why Do Parents Get Angry at Their Children?
	Different Levels of Anger
	Your Anger ¿ Do You Accidentally Make Things Worse?
	Having a Plan to Manage Your Anger 
	The Danger of Anger
	What Triggers Your Anger?
	Your Anger Control Plan - Six Steps to Staying Calm
Step 1 ¿ Stop 
Step 2 ¿ Space
Alternate Step 2: Squeeze
 Step 3 ¿ Soothe
 Step 4 ¿ See
 Step 5 ¿ Specify
 Step 6 ¿ Solve
	Follow through
	Reducing Anger-Producing Situations
	Do You Need More Help? 
 Reminder Page: Six Steps to Staying Calm
	 	
Part 4 ¿ Specific Solutions for Everyday Problems
	Baby talk
 Backtalk
 Bath, not behaving in
 Bath, not wanting one
 Bath, won¿t get out
 Biting, child to adult
 Biting other children
 Bossiness 
 Car problems
 Dawdling
 Daycare or Preschool, dropping off and picking up
 Doesn¿t come when called
 Fussing (See chapter 3, page XX)
 Hitting a parent
 Hitting, Kicking and Hair Pulling
 Interrupting
 Lying
 Manners
	Mealtime behavior
 Messiness
 Other people¿s undisciplined children
 Playtime behavior
 Restaurant behavior
 Roughhousing or wild play
 Sharing
 Shopping misbehavior
 Sibling fights
 Sleep issues ¿ bedtime
 Sleep issues - naps
 Swearing, bad language and bathroom jokes
 Tantrums (See chapter 3, page XX)
 Teasing and name calling
 Toothbrushing
 Traveling
 Whining (See chapter 3, page XX)
 Yelling, screaming and shouting

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Discipline of children.
Parenting.