Discipline

Expelling kids from school denies them the chance to become better citizens.
Some school districts in Iowa use seclusions rooms to deal with disobedient students, despite complaints from parents and educators.
Two of my former students demonstrate the consequences of zero-tolerance discipline policies.
So because every child that we parent is made in the image of God, it is indeed important to work to know them. We want to
Thanks to neuroscience we now know the way the brain works is that our actions follow suit after our thoughts and feelings
The hardest lesson l learned as a therapist counseling families.
Yes, we all do it. We make them say, “I am sorry” even when they are not. Or maybe they just don’t understand what there
This article first appeared on the blog of Intentional Insights, a nonprofit organization that empowers people to refine
If I can spend $2.99 to get out of a bad situation, that’s a very acceptable, albeit short term, win in Mommy land.
Give yourself permission to loosen some restrictions on media use, food and beverage consumption and noise levels.
More questions: Family Relationships and Dynamics: How should children repay their parents? Parents: What is the most awkward
Twelve-year-old Jade says that she and her mom argue almost every day and say hurtful things to each other, and she says
“My daughter Shawna is physically and verbally abusive to my 12-year-old granddaughter,” claims Vicki. “Shawna tells my granddaughter
My grandmother was a librarian, and my parents are both voracious readers, so all my life I've been surrounded by stacks
This summer, my son attended a two-week “starter camp” at the preschool he will enter this fall. I’m not exactly sure where