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Posted: May 25, 2020


Your child needs to know that no matter what happens, you are always going to be a consistent parent.  Maintaining consistency means that you are going to be patient, connected, adaptable, and edutaining with your child all the time so your child knows what to expect from you and you know what to expect from them. Here are some pointers on parental consistency:   


Posted: May 18, 2020


Take a few extra seconds when responding to poor behavior.  This demonstrates compassion, empathy, and self-control on your part.  Sometimes all you need to do is think about responding in the most patient manner to help re-direct your child.  A few seconds can make a big difference.

Mother's Day Class - Special Event

Posted: May 03, 2020

Mother's Day Class - Saturday, May 9th 

Join your child during class virtually (mom, aunt, grandma, or someone special in the child’s life) and earn your Pink Belt or Stripe.

May Newsletter and Curriculum

Posted: May 02, 2020

Check out what's happening at Bronx Jiu-Jitsu during the month of May!

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Punishment vs. Discipline

Posted: April 27, 2020

Punishment vs. Discipline

Good behavior is a learning process for children, and we are their roadmap. Children usually behave per their own emotions and impulses. At the same time, being a parent is also a learning process and sometimes we rely on our own emotions and impulses to teach. Usually, that means we divert directly to punishments when a child misbehaves, missing a crucial opportunity to teach them. With that said, I am going to break down how to teach good behavior through discipline vs. punishment.

Let’s compare the two words and what they really mean:

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