Discipline

Do Not Be Content with Current Societal Standards

May 14, 2012

by Tom Hodges The benefit of not being content with current societal standards is that I am empowered to ignore some of the expectations of society. I am freed to live my life according to standards that I am comfortable with.  My children will see that I am not being hypocritical. Society, through media, education, sports, workplace […]

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How to Raise Children Who Can Take “No” for an Answer

April 18, 2012

By Joyce Batten Hardship makes character stronger, but we don’t care about that. Here’s how to develop children who can take “no” for an answer. For example, your child wants to go somewhere with his friends.  You say “no”.  He throws a tantrum, and says things like, “You don’t love me.”  “I hate you.”  “Everybody […]

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How to raise children who don’t lie

April 10, 2012

By Sue Kolbe A relationship with your children that is based on truth will give you children who don’t lie to you. My son will be getting his driver’s license soon. Once he starts driving on his own, I’m going to want to know where he is. I’ll need to know where he is, so […]

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How To Deal With Tantrums

February 15, 2012
How To Deal With Tantrums

If you want a more peaceful life with your child, learn how to handle tantrums effectively. I want to talk with you about the idea of justice – being fair to oneself and others. If a child has a tantrum, he or she is exerting power in a negative way. Being fair to yourself and […]

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