What's your discipline strategy?
We asked our Facebook fans what their discipline strategy is, here's what they had to say.
Every parent has their own specific way of dealing with their naughty kids, their discipline style seems to work. Lets take a look below what they had to say.

Time out works very well. Also taking away privileges. -  Rochelle

Time out works for me. - Mathapelo

I'm on strategy no. 86. Best results so far has been with reinforcing positive things and lots of visible love combined with time outs, lost privileges and for those inexcusable things a hiding. - Sumanda

I use a chart for behaviour, like good smiley faces go on the chart for good behaviour and after a certain amount she gets a reward. Bad faces go to jail for bad behaviour and when they get to a certain amount they eat up some of the good faces. My child hates getting a bad face so much, when she misbehaves I just remind her of bad faces and she behaves again. The bad faces hardly ever accumulate that much. This is also lots of positive reinforcement. - Lize

Did not have discipline strategy, but will have to try time out, my son finishes me and I give in too soon, he is too cute. - Nanasei

Thalia gets the naughty corner, Kaylin gets his priviledges cut! - Sagree

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