pediatric housecalls Robert R. Jarrett M.D. M.B.A. FAAP

Discipline: Natural Consequences The Best 

I’ve written about discipline before; but recently I’ve discovered that my colleague Gregory A. Barrett, M.D. has extensive experience with not only treating thousands of children and teens as their pediatrician but teaching pediatrics and raising a tribe of his own. All that has given him opinions about discipline—its uses, foibles and misuses. Here is a link to an extensive article he’s written about how to discipline children, its: Why, When and How—among other things.

Whenever the subject of disciplining children comes up in the office, as it does on a regular basis, parents commonly request advice regarding how to respond when their child misbehaves and which techniques are most effective. Not to dismiss the importance of “how,” because it is certainly worth asking, but that is only one of a series of questions that need to be addressed. Let’s take a look at them…

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