What is the Love and Logic theory?

The “Logic” in Love and Logic happens when we allow children to make decisions, affordable mistakes and experience the natural or logical consequences. When we balance this with sincere empathy, they develop the following logic: Our children learn that the quality of their lives depends on the quality of their choices.

What are the 9 essential skills of Love and Logic?

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  • Create low stress classrooms.
  • Help end student arguing and back talk.
  • Guide kids to own and solve their problems.
  • Build positive relationships with challenging students.
  • Raise test scores.
  • Prevent problems and save teaching time.

What are the two basic rules in Love and Logic parenting?

There are 2 basic rules in Love & Logic: Adults set firm limits in loving ways without anger, lecture, threats or repeated warnings. Set limits using enforceable statements, regard mistakes as learning opportunities, and resist the temptation to nag.

Who is Jim Fay?

Jim Fay has become one of America’s most sought-after presenters in the fields of parenting, positive discipline, and classroom management. With Foster W. Cline, M.D., he is the co-founder of The Love and Logic Institute and co-author of the bestseller Parenting with Love and Logic.

What is Positive Discipline Parenting?

Positive Discipline is a method where parents clearly communicate what behaviors are appropriate, which ones are inappropriate, and what the rewards for good behavior and the consequences for bad behavior are.

Who is Foster Cline?

An internationally renowned child and adult psychiatrist Foster W. Cline is an internationally renowned child and adult psychiatrist, as well as the co-author of Parenting with Love and Logic.

Does Love and Logic work with ADHD?

Q: So, will Love and Logic work with my child with ADHD? A: Yes! In our CD Calming the Chaos we teach how to match the high frequency and intensity of their challenging behavior with a high frequency and intensity of Love and Logic techniques.