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I’m not a pro at parenting.
I would propose that none of us are.
There’s always something new to learn about our kids, and our kids always have something new to teach us about ourselves.
Any time I think I have it all figured out, a new situation
comes up which challenges my preconceived notions. Any time I think our family
is rocking it – in behavior, in manners, in the faith, I discover something we
could be doing to improve ourselves.
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“Kids will never learn if you don’t punish them.”
Let’s think about that for a moment.
A while ago, my son had picked up
this habit of growling. He growled when he was playing. He growled at his
sisters. He growled when I said something he didn’t like.
It drove me absolutely bonkers.
I tried every punishment I could to get him to stop.
I put him in time out. Separated him from the rest of the family. I took away his toys. His screen time. I sent him to his room. I yelled at him. I cut sugar from his diet. I could go on and on.
Nothing worked, of course.
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