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  • During Dance Moms Chloe was the underdog but now she has the second highest net worth, higher than Maddie. She is more beautiful than Maddie. Abby u should have not done that to Chloe and Paige

  • This show is fucking hilarious already as is but try watching it after smoking herb and the whole neighborhood will be able to hear you laughing I love this show!!!


  • Thank you so much Dr. Paul, I love these videos. I think we would all LOVE (beg) for a video focusing on the topic of options for “renting out parental services” and some examples of appropriate “charges”… and most importantly how to implement and enforce those “charges” in a positive way.

  • I found a big help was when I led and directed my kids day. I allowed them choice where appropriate. But, instead of giving an instruction and walking off, I was present and if necessary hands on with the task at hand. The moment I stopped directing or leading, chaos insued. Or if they weren’t cleaning up their room, I would say, ‘oh, I see you’re having trouble cleaning up you’re room how about you pick up 5 pieces of trash for me and put them in the bin? Then 5 toys, then 5 pieces of dirty clothes etc. 1or, I’d turn it into a race. Whoever gets their part of the room tidied up first, wins. So much less streß and the kids love it. ☺️

  • I am really having a difficult time with yelling and defiance. I have been listening to your videos and reading books and nothing is helping. It was definitely ingrained from childhood. It’s so stressful!

  • They didn’t show it, but Abby screamed “fix chloes lazy eye. “ that’s why Christi was so angry. That’s why chloe said “I heard abby.” That’s why they walked away because she came for a disability that chloe ultimately got surgery for but was insecure about.

  • I thought I’m the only one experiencing this, my Son 4 years old always expect me to yell at him before doing anything and after the yelling he tells me mummy I’m sorry, but then I’m not happy.

  • Hi Dr.Paul! Thanks for another great video! The examples really help. I struggle the most with finding appropriate consequences that work. Does your parenting power up cover more of that? I admit to yelling sometimes and I always feel guilty because I wish I could have handled it better. I want to be a better example for them.

  • I hate that when abby said something about chloes eye they covered it up and made abby say “chloe is finished, she’s washed up” like no stop protecting abby when the person that was really hurting after hearing her own dance teacher make fun of her is chloe.


  • Been there with the financial incentive and what happened with the ones that didn’t do things is that they got so in debt that it didn’t mean anything to them any more.

  • Jessica Huang without a doubt is the most hated character because she is a selfish mean idiot,due to her rudeness recklessness,greediness,and her stubborness. The peak of hate was the second to the last episode on season 5 where he dosent miss eddie when he will go to vacation to taiwan.She is however and always will be the most hated character she is dum stupid

  • 1. Be clear on what you control and what you don’t control.
    2. Calm voice, Calm face, Calm body
    3. Give them two choices
    4. Separate the emotion from the discipline
    5. Remember your job…love them!
    Excellent advice I just shared it with my favorite people! ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

  • Anyone else think its the parents fault for constantly allowing their children to go through this? I mean Abby is not saint… however, you as a parent shouldn’t allow your child to be subjectivity to that kind of abuse. Not only that but this is something she’s going to live with forever, not only as a memory, but with it being televised and now on youtube…

  • I kinda get where Jessica comes from, though. I think we all get triggered by things like that, but most of the time we just let it slide and move on with our day and then vent our frustrations somewhere else. I loved the part where JJ’s mom was so scared of Jessica, sliding her window down just a crack was all she had the courage to do.

  • My issue is the fallout after using the controlled option. The arguing and questions that are launched at me non stop. I dunno if they seriously dont understand what just happened and why I had to make the choice for them or if they’re messing with me and giving me a hard time!

  • Can u explain your technique for discipline in public. I don’t know if it’s a sensory issue but my 4 yr old always acts up in public but rarely at home. I feel helpless because obviously I don’t wanna yell or seem like a monster who is dragging her kid and all that…
    So how do respond in public when everyone is looking? And I can’t just leave like the doctors office etc

  • I literally just hate how everybody’s just celebrating and having fun while Chloe and Cristi are crying. I mean c’mon their teammates

  • Say what you will, maybe you think this is racist, maybe you don’t, but literally everyone who drives has WANTED to do what Jessica did. 😉

  • I feel like Chloe was the most open minded and kind hearted. She supported her teammates even if she did not win. She deserves to take a break.

  • My child didn’t want to do even his written homework. In this lockdown its the most difficult task for me.
    Plz help someone to make it happen without irritation & anger.

  • Thank you for the video, very helpful, however I have a request, can you make a video on activities that siblings do together to encourage teamwork?

  • I was asking my twins to go to bed in a serious voice but at last I decided to yell on the 4th time…They listened at last when I shouted at them but my eldest daughter was weeping sadly in her bed when I did so…..what broke my heart was that when she asked me whether I love them or not

  • Chloe danced gorgeously!! She only placed 5th, because the choreography was basically just the same thing over and over again. Chloe is a gorgeous dancer and a wonderful girl and Abby destroyed her.

  • I am trying so hard to put this to practice. Sometimes I start up so well but end up yelling when I become frustrated ��Thanks so much Dr Paul, your videos have been life changing for me. You are indeed a Godsent! Will keep striving to do better��

  • Just have to say, this channel has helped so much on my parenting! Sure, I would have figured it out without, but now I have new ways to view situations and handle them, I can see it affecting our daily life! The one with giving a choice I picked up from another video and it really works (well, most of the time at least). Every parent should be presented with this!

  • Dr. Paul thanks for the videos. I was talking with my husband and telling him about,,calm face, calm voice, calm body,, and my daughter was around. And after a few days i get nervous about something and start to raise my voice on her. And she just say it calmly: mom, please, calm face, calm voice, calm body. Hahahah i couldn’t stop laughing. It was like i listen some of your videos ��

  • I can relate 100%
    Kids went into a fight. I stormed in to break the fight. I am looking at myself shouting in there, them shouting, thinking wth am i doing?! And a blissful moment of enlightenment came upon me: this situation needs at least one calm rational adult. Which one am i?
    I also wanna brag now about one situation i handled successfully. The kids were, again, fighting over something. Both of them were yelling.. i was in the kitchen. Cooking i guess.. i took a chair from the kitchen and came into their room, put the chair down and sat on it. When i sat down they quit fighting and asked me what i was doing. Like, what are you doing mom here with that chair? I just told them to go on with fighting, i only came to watch… i didnt tell them anything else. They were completely thrown aback. They even forgot what the fight was about. I was glowing. Ha!! Told them, it’s ok… go on… dont let yourselves get distracted by me…………this was the funniest situation i ever had with my kids. They all of a sudden shifted their attitudes into more ‘mature’ boys, who think their mom was NUTS. They were 9 and 7.. i still laught every time i remember that.. the looks on their faces when they saw me break a routine
    I could go on and on… the tricks they’ve tried to pull on me… but i was always a sneaky mom and got myself a leg up because of it.
    Two boys. 10 and 12. Together in their room. I was, again, doing chores in the house. Silence…? Then i heared a loud bang and a faint moan coming from their room. I didnt react immediately. But then i heard another one, and another. So i came very quietly to their door to sneak a peek at what was happening in there. You wont believe this! They were both relaxing, each on their bed, one was reading, or at least he was looking into a book, and the other was watching something on a tablet. Communicating only by the sounds they were making. One of them would make a banging sound another would go ooouch… all very convincing. And i saw it. They never saw me seeing it. I had to keep myself very hard from laughing. Went back to my routine.. if i reacted they way they expected me to react, they would make a fool out of me right there
    Every day they think up and try to pull pranks on me.. some are funny some are not… but.. at the end of the day if you ask me, could i ever choose btw a life of leisure and pleasure and them, i just couldnt pick the leisure.. bc i would worry too much about would not be pleasure.. so until they can take care of themselves alone i can not be at ease anywhere.. even in heaven

  • Dr. Paul, thak you! But don’t you think that we as parents can look a little bit sarcastic if we offer 2 choices to a child when one of them is clearly the one he/she should take? The other option looks a lot like punishment.
    Imagine if your boss came at your desk with 2 options ” either you do that task now or I’ll do it myself and you’re fired”. all that with no emotion.
    this seems a bit weird to me.
    I’m really confused.

  • I’m having a really hard situation with my son who is now 19 years old who I didn’t raise him his whole life. I only had visitation. He is now living with me and my boyfriend and my two younger children. Him and I argue alot. I yell alot because I have no control. He doesn’t listen when I ask him to pick up after himself or anything I ask. He seems to listen to my boyfriend more. Im having a difficult time with this change. I want to be there for him we’re he is my Son. But so hard when he back talks me alot and acts like he don’t care bout what I say. He always argues when I say no bout something he asks. I feel like my nerves are shot and I’m so frustrated with him. It’s hard to stay calm. But I will try to use your Technics. Thank you for your advice. Is there any other advice you can give to let go of getting him to obey me and not be so frustrated and yell. That’s my hardest problem I wish I can controle. I do love him but we just don’t see eye to eye and we never talk normal. It’s so hard.

  • When you said that about the child thinking about the power they have over the adult, it made me wonder if that could lead to narcissism.

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  • Sir, I know I m doing wrong by shouting but sometime not able to control. I am able to understand big big disciple or instruction he can’t understand but still sometime yelling come suddenly and then I regret. He is just 22 months old.

  • Coitada da Chloe ela ainda ficou muito tempo aguentando a Abby boicotar ela. Era pra Christy ter tirado ela da companhia da Abby na primeira temporada.

  • This was one of the saddest moments on the show.
    Honestly, I don’t see how people defend Abby.
    She was mentally and verbally abusive to all the girls.
    She mocked Chloe’s eye condition, made fun of Maddie’s teeth and feet, body shamed a lot of the girls (Pressley,) down right insulted and swore at kids in front of them (called Kenzie a smart*ss and Chloe a sneak/snake), made racial remarks (said to Camryn that the color difference on her feet was weird, called Nia a ‘little Tootie’) and emotionally manipulated them (told Maddie that nobody was happy for her and everyone was jealous of her, told the other OGs that they’d never be as good as Maddie.)
    On show or not, she crossed WAY too many lines. With ALL the dancers. Not surprised that none of them speak to her anymore ����‍♀️

  • Abby is garbage for behaving this way towards a kid at her most fragile. There are amazing coaches who lead and teach without an ounce of cruelty or emotional abuse.

  • My oldest son is 5 and is currently in kindergarten. One day I received a call from his teaching, who said “your son isn’t listen, he has trouble following directions and keeping his hands to himself. He got his second recess privileges taken away and was in timeout while the teacher called me. I could feel my blood boil and at the same time i was questioning her. Are you sure it’s my son? I questioned her because my oldest is sweet, independent, extremely caring, and a bright minded boy. I ended up getting off work early to pick him to talk to him when school released. I asked him if he understand why he was in timeout at school and he took accountability and responsibility for his actions, which was great. He didn’t lie but the answers I got was “because” after asking why he stood on top of the table.

    I then expressed to the teachers my ex husband and I are divorced and my kids understand they are growing up in two homes. Both rules/responsibilities are the same in both homes for consistency. My son doesn’t show frustrating or anger issues. Then my brain immediately thought do i take him to the dr? Someone who can help with his behavioral issues? The principal? I was going insane with these thoughts. I took a deep breath and then asked the teacher if she would log in a notebook anytime she feels my son isn’t following directions or what actions led her to put him in timeout. We’ve been doing the notebook thing going on 3 weeks but it’s vague. “Your son need to work on listening and keeping his hands to himself” i talked to the teacher and told her myself and my ex husband can’t determine what trends we need to focus on with our oldest son if there’s lack of details. The teach huffed and puffed when i begged her to tel me examples of my son not keeping his hands to himself. Is he poking other kids? Pulling their shirt? I asked my son and he said he was playing tag in class with other kids. Sometimes he sees other kids perform and action and wants to copy what they are doing. I can’t monitor my son everyday ah in class and I’m trying to help which is why i brought up the notebook thing. The teacher then told me “the notebook isn’t working” and i told her as parents we don’t know how to help teach my son something I’d there are lack of details. Come to find out the notes were only coming from a teacher aid who would spend only 20 mins with my son. The notes weren’t from the main teacher. There are only 16-12 kids in her class. This teacher was a middle school teacher for 22 years and this is her first year teaching kindergarten. I feel like she’s giving up and expecting middle school expectations from my 5 yr old son.

    Another example the teacher gave me was “he’s bouncing off the walls”. I said what do you mean? You can’t say he’s bouncing off the walls when that isn’t possible. If he has too much energy or talking too much then say that. Then she elaborated after I was questioning her. My son doesn’t have a listening problem but i feel its more focus or obedience. As a new mom i have no idea who i help motivate this teacher to connect with my son. One method of teaching a kid may not work for another. Some kids are visual learns and some are hands on. Idk how else to get my son to raise his hand if he wants to speak or understand walking in the hall with the class you have to give personal space while keeping your hands to the side.

    The teacher threaten to send my son to the principal office but i feel like that’s punished him from learning when he’s meeting expectations in each subject. He just completed counting to 100 on his own. He loves the school work but the teacher gets so frustrated fast with my son and it makes me sad to know she isn’t taking as much time to figure out what works for my son and reverts to just calling me when she gives up.

    If my son didn’t get into a fight i don’t think the principal office is appropriate for my son. The teacher also things timeout isn’t working. Idk how to handle the teacher and still help my son on his focus and obedience skills and giving other kids personal space. I want to yell in frustration but that’s not best. How would you or other parents handle this?

  • I took a course called “The 28 day tame your temper parenting challenge” online through the Parental Stress Centre of Australia with Jackie Hall. It was really helpful. One thing I learned to do is focus on my 5 senses in the heat of the moment and speak after doing this checkin. I also learned that what I THINK about what I experience causes my emotions, not what my child is doing (so I practice Dr Paul’s hack of saying “this is good”). BUT this works pretty well, most of the time. But I really notice that when I experience PMS I struggle to stay focused on all that I’ve learned and practiced. There is a real fog and I seem to forget to access the higher level thinking. I would love to hear about ways that I can positively maneuver through this each month.

  • ive tried some of the Technics but i find my self yelling again because my 4 year old son does not listen at all. i really don’t want to spank him each time he doesn’t listen. im at a point where im tired of yelling and its draining my energy and that get me more frustrated.

    I dedicated a lot of my time to listen and play with him i dedicate a lot of my time for him, but sometime when i have to work as im a freelance web developer that is when he really does a lot of the naughty like jump on the bed trows stuff around or get to other mischief just to get my attention and i cannot work and this is the part that gets me angry, frustrated & cause the yelling. after the yelling i always feel bad and angry at my self for doing so cause i hurt his feelings. what can i do Dr paul.

    just to note the tantrum at shops to buy candy has stop since ive use you Technics many thanks.

  • The worst thing is losing your passion because someone wants you to fail. I went thru the same thing when my drama teacher told me I wasn’t good enough to take his class the next year but I regained it and realized nothing will ever stop be from doing what I love ❤️

  • Abby I know you’re just trying to help Chloe out but do you maybe realize that you’re hurting her I would love to work with you and I know that comes at a cost I’m an amazing dancer and I’m an amazing gymnast

  • How can i be calm when i have a toddler that destroyed all my decorations with a broom and then immediately runs while I’m picking up the glass and opens the fridge and spills a gallon of milk and starts swimming in it, and then runs when i come in, to his room while I’m cleaning the kitchen floor and starts pulling dirty diapers from the bin and throws them around his room ��������
    he doesn’t listen especially when i tell him no, he keeps doing it as if he’s defying me������
    I’m loosing my mind, i don’t wanna yell at him all day, I’m starting to hate the moment he wakes up in the morning because i know i won’t be able to have my breakfast peacefully and I’ll be running after him picking up things from the moment he wakes up till he sleeps at night! ��

  • Thank you alwayz �� Stay amazing Dr. Paul ��. Have a phenomenal day everyone filled with lots of unconditional lovez, light, and laughter ��������������❤����������✨������☀�������������������������� #BESTLIFEEVER

  • I am not alone being such a parent with the similar problem but feel bad each time after yelling or saying something bad to kids. I almost forget that my first job is to love my kid. Thanks for this great video.

    Later my son would ask me: mon, may I ask you something, but please firstly promise that you won’t reply to me loudly. At that moment, I feel shame about myself.

    I am happy to grow up with a better parent with my son too.

    Thank you all

  • My daddy works with Constance Wu once and immediately got out of it. My dad says that she is a mean, obnoxious woman who only thinks of herself. My dad says that she almost got Crazy Rich Asian cancelled. But for some odd reason. I still like her…..

  • My eight year old is (was) completely controlling my emotions. Thanking God for reminding me of the wisdom contained in these videos.

  • abby was always so mean to chloe, she wanted to break her down until she didn’t want to dance ever again. so sad, she’s so talented

  • Dr. Paul, the example with 1 grader in my case can turn to fight during my inforcement of “dressing up assistance” with screaming “don’t touch me!” and slamming the door in the room or bathroom. What’s the next healthy step you can suggest?

  • I had trouble getting my first grader to take an afternoon nap, now i tell him would you like to take a nap or shall we go over your books again and revise. Works most afternoons, he’s sleeping in 5 minutes

  • Thank you so much Dr. Paul! I’m a new subscriber, binge watching your videos. They have already made a tremendous impact on my parenting and my children’s behavior. I’m hoping my husband(who grew up without a dadand was mostly raised by his older sister while mom worked hard to provide) will soon be on board with watching and discussing the tips you give. I’ve read some harsh, petty, somewhat crazy comments on your videos, but when you come across those, I want you to remember that you REALLY are making a difference in thousands of little lives and I for one pray God’s richest blessings on your ministry!

  • Lol I remember the actor who plays JJ from Brooklyn. Funny how his older brother Tony’s actor’s real name is Emory like a character in the show even if they’re a different spelling.

  • Omg every thing is fricking Maddie like chloe is crying there because her hearts broken so is her mom! And Abbys just stand in there hugging Maddie and Maddies smiling doesent even care what her best friend is in right now my gosh!!!!!!!!!
    Comment on this comment if your watching this in corona

  • Oh boy… I like Dr. Paul phrase love them no matter if. Of course every parent loves their kids and in other words it takes a lot of patience. I need that because every parents loves their kids when they listen and they still love their kids when they don’t listen it’s like a challenge love. My daughter 5 starts comparing herself with her little brother which is 2 like why I don’t yell at him. That’s what she sees.

  • Does anyone else think it’s kind of sucks that contact wu portrays a asian foreign mom in this show and not an Asian American mom on this show. I’m just saying that Constance Wu is american.

  • I hate that Abby wasn’t happy when Chloe beated Kamryn. Chloe is such a great and such a beautiful dancer and Abby wasn’t even proud make me so mad

  • My mom actually did this once. I walked home from school from that day on. Also she was banned from car pick up. It didn’t go well.

  • They edited this abby made fun of her child’s medical condition why would a adult say that about a child other than to be cruel. Fyi she called cathy washed up not cloe. I feel sorry for cloe she deserves so much more. She was more of a star than maddie due to her emotional execution. She does have more class than abby 100 perect.

  • I’m really upset none of the other moms backed Christi up. I was glad to see Tammy go with Christi but I’m disappointed in the other moms.

  • Thank you so much! That’s was a big help. I feel so bad when I yell at my 7 year old daughter just to get her to get dressed, pick up after herself, etc…. yes my job is to love her no matter what or even if. And yes keeping the emotion out of the discipline. Thanks again!

  • Duuuuuude if anybody ever cuts off my mom……may god have mercy on your poor soul. I’ve seen that wrathful lil’ woman drag a man out his car.

  • You know I think us Asians are actually mostly the opposite of Jessica. We see a problem but we don’t have the audacity to confront the person about it, although we do make a big deal about small things

  • ahahHah this happens all the timeaNYWHERE. My mom could hear a house being too loud and she’d show up on their window and yell at them shsjsh

  • this video shows how powerful asians are… HAHAHAHAHAHA which is true most asian moms has powerful voices, brains, and physical power ������