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What disciplines of dentistry are these?

What disciplines of dentistry are these?

Dental fields: There are several disciplines in dentistry, including: general or family, pediatric, esthetic, periodontal, endodontic, prosthodontic, and oral maxilla-facial surgery. ...Read more

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Discipline (Definition)

Discipline is a topic that includes recommendations on how to systematically train a person to have good moral behavior, follow important rules, know right from wrong, learn strong work habits, etc... Discipline should be seen ...Read more


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What's positive discipline theory?

What's positive discipline theory?

Behavior attention: In terms of helping kids with behavioral problems, positive reinforcement is a great way to promote desirable behaviors. Negative behaviors may be "accidently" reinforced by paying them too much attention, so it's best to ignore most negative, non- violent behaviors. Check out: parenting the kids according to a child psychiatrist- on kindle. ...Read more

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How to best describe domination as a discipline?

How to best describe domination as a discipline?

Need more info: I don't understand this question. Are you speaking of bdsm relationships? Or are you talking about using an authoritarian parenting style? Very different situations! so i think we need more information to give you an appropriate answer. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how to keep motivated and disciplined?

Can you tell me how to keep motivated and disciplined?

Be persistent: Make a schedule, stick to it, prioritize your tasks, create a list of things to get accomplished, be persistent and stay dedicated to your goal. Make time during the day to complete the things you want to do like exercise, eat a healthy snack, play w/ your kids, check your email, etc. ...Read more

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Is it a good idea to discipline my baby?

Is it a good idea to discipline my baby?

No: The definition of discipline varies with each person in technique and purpose. To me the term baby means a totaly dependent pre-toddler.While it is realistic to redirect infants, use body language, simple time out & basic communication to infer "no", the idea of punitive dicipline in this age group makes my skin crawl. Mobile todlers require more limit setting & are likely to understand it more. ...Read more

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How can a person develop more self-discipline?

Set Goals: Sit down with paper and pencil and write down goals. Start with where you want to be in ten years and then go backwards. Like-"if this is where i want to be in ten years, where do I need to be in five years? And so forth. Then, try and have monthly weekly and daily goals. Tell yourself: "he who hesitates is lost" & "there's no time like the present" you can do it. Stay positive and focused. ...Read more

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Can you discipline a 2yo when he is behaving badly?

Can you discipline a 2yo when he is behaving badly?

Time Out: Redirection is fine, but does not carry over. Babies do learn from time outs if we are consistant, firm and repeat the time out each time the behavior is attempted. It takes about 2-3 weeks and the 2 year old will learn to avoid the time out by not doing the wrong thing. ...Read more

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What is the best way to learn how to stay disciplined?

Set goals: Can you try and come up with a time line of where you want to be in the future in the different areas of your life? Start with 10 years from now and work backwards to the present time. Next, make lists of what you want to accomplish each day and stick to it. Good luck. ...Read more

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What are some good books that teach you self discipline?

How-to's?: If adhd is an issue for you, look at driven to distraction and answers to distraction. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how i can get some more self discipline?

Practice: Set small goals for yourself and work on them. Then give yourself positive reinforcement for it. It may seem silly, but if you focus on the positive ("I did a good job on that"), it leads to more positive thinking ("I can do this. I'm going to do it now"). Make lists of things you need to do and check them off as you accomplish them. ...Read more