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Zoom Workshop

A New Way to Look at Discipline

Are you tired of the cycle of anger, frustration, disobedience, broken rules, and broken relationships? Do you long for relationships with older children who truly see the reasons for making certain choices? Let's talk about a new way to look at discipline!

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A New Way to Look at Discipline
A New Way to Look at Discipline

Time & Location

Jun 02, 2024, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM

Zoom Workshop

About the event

In our modern world it feels like the conversation of discipline goes to two extremes. 

There is a strict, unfeeling, often physical discipline that leaves no room for questions, conversations, or for children to express their needs. These children must toe a line decided by authorities that often doesn't consider their personalities, gifts, or struggles. This extreme often leads to broken relationships and children who leave much of what they were taught behind as soon as someone isn't watching over their shoulders. 

The other extreme is a child-led life where the family is at the mercy of the children's whims, emotions, and passions as they do what they like when they like, causing the family to exist in chaos. This extreme often leads to children who are self-absorbed and difficult to live and work with in adulthood as they expect others to cater to their wants and needs and often don't even know what they want in life.

Join us as we walk through a step by step plan for introducing your family to a new way of looking at discipline. One that nurtures respect on both sides and an actual understanding of rules and the reasons for discipline that lasts long after the children have left the home. With children ages 1-20 we understand the struggles parents are facing today and we want to give you a practical plan as well as some questions for you and your children to consider as you ask what you want your family to look like 10 years down the road.

Bring your questions and let's get to work on building some hope and a new way of looking at discipline!

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