We are so confident that The Attitude Box is the answer you are looking for, that if within 60 days of purchase you do not agree that maintaining control of your children is less stressful and that your children are gaining in self-esteem and control. Return the Attitude Box and unused supplies for a full refund of the purchase price  
 
 
FAQs
 

Q: Does Attitude Box really work?
A: We are so confident that The Attitude Box is the answer you are looking for, that if within 60 days of purchase you do not agree that maintaining control of your children is less stressful and that your children are gaining in self-esteem and control. Return the Attitude Box and unused supplies for a full refund of the purchase price.

Q: What is in the box?
A:

  1. 16 Attitude Cards- with negative behavior description on one side and positive behavior and affirmation on the other side.
  2. Achievement Chart
  3. Sticker Rewards
  4. Coloring Book

Note: Class Room Editions contains supplies for 25 children.

Q: How do I discipline my child without hurting his/her self-esteem?
A: How you build your child's self-esteem on a regular basis gives you the foundation and the tools to discipline your child while still encouraging his self-worth.
As parents and educators we want to train children with a full measure of self-esteem. Children’s inner picture of themselves are reflected by their feelings, their thoughts and their overall daily behavior. Self-esteem is critical for a person to be emotionally stable, to have the ability to have friendships, and to be happy and content in life. Under stress, parents often use negative attributes to describe their children or their children’s behavior or punish the child with degrading consequences. The child loses self-esteem which causes the child to see themselves negatively. They become as they see themselves. As parents, we need an aid that reduces our stress and gives us a tool that is constant when training our children.
The Attitude Box is that constant, that helping aid, that does not challenge children’s self-worth, but combats negative behavior. It does that by allowing children to bring themselves into accountability. No longer are the parent or the educator forced to bring children under control. The child brings him or herself under control and then is rewarded for the positive attitude that results. Rewarding correct thinking brings about more correct thinking. If you want help in building self-esteem, then a daily hands-on tool is what you need. The Attitude Box is the only tool available today that builds self-esteem while combating negative behavior. It is not something that tells you how to do the work. The Attitude Box does the work for you.

Q: How do you take control of your home’s environment without losing control of yourself?
A: Simple. Use the Attitude Box.
When one of your children acts out, it is time for intervention. There are three types of intervention. First, there is denial, ignore the problem or deny that the negative behavior has occurred. This of course does not work and will only make things worse. Second, the parent directly intercedes and causes the situation to be under control by calling the child into accountability. This usually results in the child being told they are bad, (reducing self esteem) or the child is given consequences, deprivation, time out, or worse (further reducing self-esteem). It is only a temporary fix, as a child with low self-esteem will only act out more often. Third, you can allow the children to bring themselves into accountability. Now you are doing the right thing. Best of all, you’re not punishing the children for negative behavior, you are rewarding the children for proper responses. You are also reinforcing their choice of correct behavior and that builds relationships. The training of the correct behavior is reinforced. Self-esteem is enhanced by the child affirming themselves as a person who chooses correct behavior. No more crying or yelling and no more stress. Just one more sticker on the achievement chart.

Q: What types of intervention are there when children act out?

A: There are three types of intervention. First, there is denial, ignore the problem or deny that the negative behavior has occurred. This, of course, does not work and will only make things worse. Second, the parent directly intercedes and brings the situation under control by calling the child into accountability. This usually results in the child being told they are bad, (reducing self esteem) or the child is given consequences, deprivation, time out, or worse (further reducing self-esteem). It is only a temporary fix, as a child with low self-esteem will only act out more often. Third, you can allow the children to bring themselves into accountability. Now you are doing the right thing. Best of all, you’re not punishing the children for negative behavior, you are rewarding the children for proper responses and reinforcing their choice of correct behavior and that builds relationships. The training of the correct behavior is reinforced. Self-esteem is enhanced by the child affirming themselves as a person who chooses correct behavior. No crying, no yelling, and no more stress; just one more sticker on the achievement

 

 
 
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