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This response means I can't answer your question but only comment if others do, but I want to point out that your phrase doesn't actually ask a question, nor does it give enough information to make answers likely.
What type of 'disciplining' to you mean? Self-discipline for yourself as a writer? Discipline and training for your dog? Discipline for your child or children? (And please understand with that last reference, I don't condone corporal punishment for children, only 'learning situations' that teach the difference between right and wrong in an age-appropriate manner and produce consequences (again, not physical or cruel punishment) when wrong is committed anyway.
Why don't you provide the necessary information and write it in the form of a question if you want people to answer?
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