ok, so behaviorists teach/tell us to ignore unwanted/inappropriate/bad behavior. keep in mind not a single one of our children are alike. this may work for some, but for others it is like feeding the behavior. in my sons case the more you ignore the worse it gets until it gets to the point of punishment which could be one of several different things. timeout, fav toy taken away, sent to room, whatever is effective at the time. to be honest, he would rather take a beating then have any of the punishments listed above which makes them very effective for our family. so how many of you are able to ignore the behavior and it actually stop and how many of you have to resort to consequences?
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