Monday, 4 February 2019

How To Practice Positive Parenting


You're tired of yelling at your children and you don't want to punish them all the time. There must be some way to raise them without resorting to being the mean parent. Well there is a parenting style that avoids punishing children and is much kinder and nurturing. It's called Positive Parenting.

Positive Parenting requires you to provide a positive environment, positive communications and positive discipline. See the chart below. For more on Positive Parenting read 'The Muslim Parent is a Positive Parent'.


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To help you put Positive Parenting into practice, I've made some free downloads for you. The first is a 7 Days Positive Parenting Challenge. You can download the infographic below.

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Members and subscribers to my list get this free in PDF

The two days in the pale apricot colour is to help you to provide a positive environment. The next two days below them in a medium apricot colour are to help you with positive communications with your child and the last three days in the dark apricot colour are to help you with using positive discipline.

Just follow the set task each day. I've also put the information from the infographic into a table format below. You can download the table below if you're a member of Muslim Parenting.

Muslim Parenting Members can download this PDF free

There's also a journal to help you to notice positive things each day. You can use this alone or with the challenge on Day 1. Everyone can download the black and white page below. It's free to all.




To practice mindfulness and concentration and also relax yourself, try this I Am A Positive Parent colouring sheet.

Members & subscribers can access this.

This poster will help to remind you that you're practicing Positive Parenting.

Members only

These are just a few of the resources for parenting. You can buy this set here. If you'd like more then join Muslim Parenting Members.

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