The subtle emotional signals you experience many times a day can help you know when and how to discipline your children. This takes some work and you may need to spend time educating yourself on the emotional signals you're already receiving.
The bathroom is an excellent place to work on honor. In part, honor means that people do more than what's expected. They look for things that need to be done and do them without being asked.
Some parents are frustrated because their children are so self-focused that they can't seem to grasp the concept of honoring others. How can you help children think about other people instead of always thinking about themselves?
Why is it that Dad can get the kids in bed faster than Mom? Or, Why do children respond differently in the classroom, on the playground, and in the home? The answer to these questions has to do with a number of factors but one piece of the puzzle is what we call an action point.
- Compliance versus Obedience
- Understanding Obedience
- How a Child Can Be a Servant at Christmas
- Christmas Is The Time to Teach Generosity
- The Heart is a Wrestling Place
- The Gratitude Principle
- A Budding Leader
- Tasks, Problems, Conflict
- Parenting Insight For You To Use Now
- Sibling Conflict, Discipline Kids Separately
- Use Anger to Spark Creativity
- You Don’t Want to Raise a People Pleaser
- Make Mealtimes Fun
- Why a Bedtime is Important
- Teach Children to Take a Break
- Other Leaders and Authorities
- The Real Value of Learning to Obey
- What Cues Do You Give Your Children?
- Parenting Insight You Can Use Now - Part 4
- The Value of Listening
- Connecting Emotionally
- Bad Attitudes Come In Three Arenas
- Sibling Conflict: A Great Opportunity
- When Kids Want What's Not Best