Author Drew Dyck is back to discuss encouraging self control and willpower in our children. We discuss the difficulties of inspiring self control in young people who do not yet see its merits. Drew shares
While it might be unrealistic to ever get to the point of disciplining without any emotion, we can at least strive to correct behavior without having a stroke. As author Dr. Kevin Leman puts it,
The single most transformative Habit you can learn is the routine for mastering new habits. Today I share with you what I've learned over the years in creating consistent disciplines in my own life, and
Is it wrong to pull your child out of church as a consequence? I've been asked two different questions that both center around the idea of keeping a child out of church or church activities.
Have you ever made a promise to a toddler and then forgot, only to have them remind you 27 times? They don't forget. Yet when it comes to doling out consequences for behavior, we often
Drill Sergents, Helicopters, and Consultants, Oh My! Here's an overview of three different types of parenting styles with three different consequences.