My nephew is consistently teaching me. He’s so intelligent and funny and creative, but he’s also six and still learning how to process his emotions. One of the major things he’s taught me is patience. I have to remind myself of his age and even though I may know more than he does, he can […]
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You Are Not Helping People by Doing This: Making excuses for them Doing things for them Speaking to them negatively and calling it “tough love” Not holding people accountable Creating an environment where they have to keep coming to you for help Giving them the answers and not showing them how to find solutions on […]
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As defined in the dictionary: Discipline: the practice of training people to obey rules or a code of behavior, using punishment to correct disobedience. This is probably what you think of when you hear the word discipline. Most often the term discipline is brought up when speaking about raising children, but today, I’m talking about…
Agreed. Practice makes progress.
Please give the original author some love: Discipline — Talking All That Jaz
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Not my words and not my situation/relationship, but I can definitely relate. Sometimes we forget that parents are people; I grew up thinking mine were gods because they knew so much, had answers for my many questions. But they are imperfect. They make mistakes. They don’t always act in ways I think they should. You […]
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