This module explains Guided Choices. It shares what to do when a young person has chosen to act on an inappropriate level, has recognized doing so, and continues to misbehave. Like so many other aspects of Discipline Without Stress, it is different from what is practiced in so many coercive classrooms and homes. You may refer to “natural” or “logical” consequences, but so long as they are imposed, they are coercive. Guided Choices uses authority without being coercive or punitive. The concepts of fairness and consistency are discussed. As with so many aspects of the program, being proactive by explaining the procedure at the outset ensures its success.