Consequences are something that happens as a result of your child behaving in a particular way. They are not intended to knock a child’s self-esteem nor to punish, but to help them learn from their mistakes and not repeat them.
Benefits of effective limit setting:
Positive consequences (praise, time together, rewards etc.) can make desired behaviour more likely in the future, whereas a 'negative' consequence can make unwanted behaviour less likely in the future.
You will feel less frustrated and more accepting of your children when yo...