How to Discipline Without Damage: Empowering Your Child’s Spirit (77 Ways to Parent Series)

How to Discipline Without Damage: Empowering Your Child’s Spirit (77 Ways to Parent Series)

 

 

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The “peace” in peaceful parenting comes from the commitment to regulate one’s own emotions and actions. Peaceful parenting ties directly into the core of How to Discipline Without Damage. In this book you will learn:

•The Difference Between Discipline and Punishment
•The Mistakes You May Be Making in Modeling Behavior
•The Difference Between Outward and Inward Responsibility
•How to Help Children Be Problem Solvers
•The Secret to Raising a Resilient Child
•How to Create Consistent Boundaries & Rules
•How to Use Encouragement Instead of Criticism
•The Power of “Yes” and Discouragement of “No”
•How to Eliminate “Who’s at Fault”
•Understanding and Setting Realistic Expectations
•How to Model Forgiveness
•How to Help Children Be Problem Solvers
•How to Repair or Rebuild a Broken Boundary or Relationship
With Bonus Material:
•Encouraging Words and Phrases to Empower You and Your Child
•How to Set Up a Family Council

As a mother of six and a grandmother of eleven children, author Judy Helm Wright knows family dynamics.

You can manage a problem or prevent it from occurring all together. Would you rather empty a bucket from underneath a dripping faucet or fix the leak? Choosing modes of correction is the prior, whereas disciplining is the latter.

Screaming and spanking are not teachers, but rather modes of correction (ineffective ones, at that). They don’t teach children to stop a behavior, just to get better at hiding it.

Disciplining through peaceful methods models dignity, respect and kindness. These values will, in turn, be instilled in and modeled by your children. The key aspect of discipline is to teach, not punish. Through natural and logical consequences rather than punishment, your child will learn desirable behavior.

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