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Creating a Yes Environment
“We’ve all heard it. The child yelling “No!” at the top of their lungs. It often seems like that is the first word that children learn to use on a regular basis. I hear it in restaurants, in stores, in church, and at the park. Children love to use that word to separate themselves as individuals.
But it doesn’t have to be something you hear day in and day out in your own home, from your own child. By creating a Yes Environment in your home you really can minimize the amount of obstinate No’s that you hear.
So what do I mean by a Yes Environment? I mean making your home (because that is the easiest place to start) a place where your child doesn’t hear the word No very often. There are two steps to this.”