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Encouraging good behavior is the proven and most positive approach to behavior management. Behavioral issues can come up as a result of many different factors; dealing with them under a positive, instructive and constructive light will help in the child’s development, stimulate his reasoning ability and grow his self-esteem.

Positive discipline requires good communication, healthy bonding and consistency in limitations to develop a trusting relationship. The GOOD PUPPY Children Behavioral System is the easiest and most playful engagement into positive discipline from an early age.

The GOOD PUPPY Magnets are a quick and intuitive introduction into the game, and the GOOD PUPPY Weekly Journal can be the most important daily bonding ritual. To address misbehavior with a positive approach, explain silly choices, concentrating on the right action that should be taken, offering children a way to redeem themselves through positive actions.

If children hit, they can start by apologizing. If they broke something, they may try to fix it or build something to replace it. If they annoyed someone, they can do something nice for them. There’s no need to cry over spilt milk, or concentrate on it until it curds. That only prolongs the negativity. Give children an opportunity to do something good, so they can get back to green where they belong, while learning how to mend things and situations.

The GOOD PUPPY Innerchi Tools highlighting challenges and super powers can be a wonderful guide for children, serving them as an invaluable reference tool or as a life game with life experience points. Children learn to recognize their emotions, expect challenges, and confront real life situations as opportunities to grow their virtues; exercise their super powers until they’ve mastered them.

Awareness of their own feelings and others and how to manage situations grow children’s confidence by throwing a light on what to expect. As the light of knowledge consumes the darkness of ignorance, fear of the unknown vanishes and children become ever more secure with themselves, operating successfully within their environment.