Growing up throughout the 1970s and halfway through the 80s, many of the children I knew—myself included—received both love and consistent discipline in a less than sophisticated balance that made most of us Generation Xers appreciate being...
Some parents have used public shaming while other have tried to scare some sense into their child. Are these good parenting practices or do you think it's taking discipline and punishment too far?
Can we think of life without technology today? No, it’s unimaginable. It has become indispensable, especially for the children. While, there are many advantages of the technology, some precautions must be taken, to control the addiction among the youngsters, so that it doesn't affect them...
How we care for our children and teach them good values is important.
An increasing number of studies indicate that many parents who pride themselves upon not engaging in physical punishment of their children do inflict major emotional harm which can result in lifelong scarification.
Why do we need rules you ask? Give me a break... Can you imagine the world we would live in IF there were no rules? I think we need to talk a little bit about the benefit of rules...
Christian parents are never alone. You have the best Co-parent his name is Jesus Christ. He is always available to hear you and answer. He is ever present and he knows what you have need of.
Are you finding your childs behaviour hard to manage. the problem might be easier than you think. Teaching children begins at home not in the Classroom.
It really should be both knees. That restricts you from too much force. The holding and total control of the situation is far more important than any pain. In fact pain is irrelevant except for damage.
Parenting is difficult and it takes self-discipline for the parent. Most parents want to raise productive members of society, but some parents don't believe discipline is the way. If you leave out discipline and guidelines in your child's life, you are doing your child a disservice.