Here are some great ways to neutralize arguments. The key is repetition, repetition, repetition. Repetition will keep power struggles to a minimum. 1. LOVE AND LOGIC INSTANT EMPATHETIC RESPONSE The expression of genuine empathy has the amazing ability to soak up emotions. Learn to use an empathetic statement that comes right from your heart. Use the statement that feels natural […]
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More and more parents and churches are recognizing that students are not prepared for the challenges that college brings. We want them to continue in the faith that they were raised in. A few years ago George Barna conducted a study revealing that “65 percent of high school students stop attending church after they graduate.” […]
Think of discipline as a way to guide and teach your child about positive ways to behave. A parenting style that works well is one that uses discipline proactively. The goal is to use techniques that encourage your child’s sense of responsibility, nurture self-esteem, and strengthen your relationship with your child.
We as parents all know the frustration of getting a child to go to bed. Power struggles rise and so does our frustrations. All of a sudden, they are thirsty, hungry, or want a million and one demands! Here are some ways using Parenting with Love and Logic can turn bedtime into blissful.