Articles by Dr. Scott Turansky
- What's Your Child's Personality Type?
- Time Out or Take a Break ?
- Three Factors to Remember About Character Training
- The Value of Generosity
- The Unmotivated Child
- The Secret to Prompt Obedience
- The Secret to Helping Children to Do What’s Right
- The Secret to Constructive Discipline
- Teaching Children about Sex
- Taking a Break vs. Time Out
- Strong-willed Kids
- Some Suggestions for Dealing with Attention Deficit Disorder
- More Than Obedience
- How to Stop the Whining and Complaining
- Honor one another – even your brothers and sisters!
- Honor Lessons
- Honor favor #9: Adopting others
- Honor favor #8: Helping others in conflict
- Honor favor #7: Speech
- Honor favor #6: Prayer
- Honor favor #5: Generosity
- Honor favor #4: Service
- Honor favor #3: Ministry
- Honor favor #2: Hospitality
- Honor favor #1: Modeling
- Honor Changes People
- Helping Children Deal with Their Anger
- Gratitude or Overindulgence?
- Emotions are Complex Tools for Communication
- Discipline - Run the Parenting Race
- Defibrillating Your Child's Heart
- Dealing With Anger in Children
- Character Training Step 6: Follow-up – Continue to Work on Solutions
- Character Training Step 5 Motivation – Inspire Change
- Character Training Step 4: Treatment – Provide Instructions for Working on the Solution
- Character Training Step 3: Solution – Name and Define Each Solution
- Character Training Step 2: How to Diagnose Strengths and Weaknesses
- Character Training Step 1: Observation – Recognize the Problem
- Character Training – A Systematic Approach
- Behavior: Getting to the Heart of It
- Attitudes – Bad to Good
- A Work In Progress
- 8 ways to prepare your children for dealing with tragedy
- 7 Ways to Teach Self-Control
- 7 Ways to Protect Your Child Online
- 18 Signs of Fear, Anger and Sadness in Children
- 10 Ways to Handle Lying
Dr. Scott Turansky
Dr. Scott Turansky offers moms practical, real-life advice for many of parenting’s greatest challenges. His books include the very popular, Say Goodbye to Whining, Complaining, and Bad Attitudes…in you and your kids! and his latest release, Parenting is Heart Work, both co-authored by fellow iSpecialist, Joanne Miller.
Dr. Turansky believes that honor is the missing ingredient that “transforms family life.” “When families catch a vision for honor,” he says, “they begin to think differently.”
Dr. Turansky, co-founder of the Effective Parenting Support Groups, speaks nationally on the subject of parenting. He also speaks from experience; he and his wife Carrie have five children.
We are pleased that Dr. Turansky is sharing his heartfelt parenting approach with iMOM.com as an iSpecialist.