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​​​​Learn how brain development affects children's behavior and decision-making 
Learn skills for improved discipline and communication 
Start a discussion now to prevent future use of tobacco, alcohol, and other drugs 
More effectively parent a special-needs child 
Learn 7 Smart Things for School Success ​

Family Pride of Northeast Ohio, inc. Behavioral Health Counseling, Support Services, Case Management

Active  Parenting  Course

​Take this quiz on line to discover your parenting style!

Wednesdays or Thursdays from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 

Our ​Next Session will be held ​​November 15th, 22nd, 29th and December 6th 

The path to effective parenting is wide open once you start taking Active Parenting classes and following Dr. Popkin's effective parenting techniques. Turn the stress of raising children well into a fun and exciting adventure for the entire family; sign up today for a parent education workshop near your home and get ready to see changes in yourself and your children.

Manage Your Children - Manage Your Life with a Parent Education Workshop

Join Our Next Active Parenting Class 

Active Parenting is 4-week, evidence based series that helps parents find effective ways of defusing power struggles, learn to use nonviolent discipline and stimulate the independence of your 5-12 year old child. Stop scolding and start smiling with your kids again! ​​

Family Pride of Northeast Ohio 
695 South Street, Unit 6, Chardon, Ohio 44024 

​​Differences in parenting styles are a problem for both parents and children. At the least it invites kids to play one parent against the other in a smart attempt to get the answer that they want to hear. This is not the child's fault. After all he is just using good common sense. 

However, it does create a situation in which rules are not clear or consistently enforced, which is bad for the child as well as for the parent. At its extreme, a polarization of styles can occur in which one parent compensates for the perceived weaknesses of the other. For example, if the father is too strict, the mother may overcompensate by becoming more lenient. That may prompt the father to become even stricter as he attempts to overcompensate for her leniency. The result can be a very confusing world for the child to navigate—one that makes it hard to make sense of reality and can set the stage for mental health problems in some children.