In my last post, I invited parents to consider the grades they might receive on a Discipline Report Card, starting with earning the first of several “C’s,” calmness. (If you prefer to read last week’s Part One post first, click here. )
In studying parenting for the last several decades, I was deeply impacted while attending a course at Temple University. It was on the subject of discipline, led by Dr. Mel Silberman. Author of the book, How to Discipline without Feeling Guilty, Dr. Silberman guides his students in understanding the role that assertiveness plays when parents […]
In my previous blog, I invited readers to consider a Philosophy of Parenting and suggested some ways to create one. Having a philosophy provides a kind of beacon from which parenting decisions are made. Today, I am inviting you to begin a journey that will allow you to consider a Philosophy of Discipline.