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There is some surprisingly helpful parenting advice in the book of Leviticus. Here we take a look at a biblical model for discipline based on God’s relationship with the nation of Israel.
Have you found yourself stuck in a pattern of parenting lately where everything you say is negative? Get positive by applying these three basic elements of positive parenting.
Affirmation is much different than empty praise. Here we will learn what affirmation is all about and ways you can affirm both your child’s character and her spiritual growth.
As the thermometer inches up this summer, so may tempers be increasing in your home. If you have kids that just can’t seem to get along, these tips may be just what you are looking for to cool things down.
Is there too much negativity in your home? You can turn it around with the parenting technique developed by Dr. Alan Kazdin of Yale University. Here we explore how to use positive opposites as well as it’s pro’s and con’s.
It is our job to help them see that obedience is more attractive than disobedience. Here are some suggestions on how to talk to children about the blessings that come from obeying Mom and Dad.
Do you find that you are always pointing out what your kids are doing wrong? Try focusing on the positive instead of the negative with a technique called “energizing success.”
At the end of the day, do the positives outweigh the negatives in your home? Here are some concrete ways you can encourage your children during the day.