Discipline and Parenting: Time-Out Needs a Time-Out

According to this article time outs are no longer good. I agree to a point but sometimes parents need a time out as well while they think about the situation and what to do before talking with the child. I think older children can understand the wait, if explained to them.

What do you think?


8Theresa GouldChicago, Illinois
    For us we are finding out that time-out works pretty well for Tristen. He responds better to it than any other form of discipline we have found so far.
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