Positive Reinforcement #2 (because positive reinforecement needs positive reinforcement too)

This is geared to children but is true of any relationship.

Good points and positive reinforcement work so much better than deterrents and punishment; the latter is a last resort when every other mode has been exhausted. Overlooking a child’s negative points and disregarding reasons to punish are healthy for all in the long run.

Rebbe Nachman says that when a child learns to do good, the bad falls by the wayside.

From Garden of Education, Rav Arush, http://www.breslev.com

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