Disappointing bad behavior

The most effective response to bad behavior is to express disappointment. According to independent reviews by Professor Eisenberg and David R. Shaffer, parents raise caring children by expressing disappointment and explaining why the behavior was wrong, how it affected others, and how they can rectify the situation. 

When Brooke hits: how sad! Hitting hurts. That hurt Logan.  How would you like to make him feel better, a hug or a kiss?