Right now my life is in a bit of a transitional phase. I’m working on trying to leave my life in my hometown behind and move towards a larger city. Part of that process is a goodbye to my family. I know I’ll see them in the future. And while I know that this isContinue reading “Moving On”
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Growing Kids God’s Way: Part 14
Growing Kids God’s Way – Chapter 16, Chapter 17, and Epilogue
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 13
Chapter Fifteen: Discipline Issues (Part Two) While the previous chapter focused on a specific parenting “problem,” this chapter covers a variety of common childhood misbehaviors. All of which the author assures us are easily able to be controlled by proper parenting. He provides a list of these misbehaviors in the opening portion of the chapters:Continue reading “Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 13”
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 12 (Independence and Choice)
In this chapter Gary Ezzo explains how young children are often allowed too many choices. He then argues that a parent MUST make the choices for a child. And the child must learn to accept their parents decisions.
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 11 (Repentance)
Gary Ezzo instructs on how to restore a parents relationship with their child after a discipline session.
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 10 (Gary’s Views on Spanking)
This blog post is about Gary Ezzo’s book Growing Kids God’s Way. With a specific focus on the author’s views on spanking as a form of discipline.
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 9
Growing Kids God’s Way “Chapter 11 Discipline With Correction” Gary Ezzo lays out the levels of correction and punishments used to discipline children.
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 8
Peers, Property, Nature, and Obedience. Chapters 8 and 9 of Growing Kids God’s Way.
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 7
Growing Kid’s God’s Way. Chapter 7. Respect for the Elderly. In which Gary Ezzo introduces parents to the interrupt rule and mandated use of titles and last names.
Growing Kids God’s Way – Part 6
Chapter 6. Gary Ezzo speaks on Parental Authority and a parent’s mandate to hold their children to a level of respect.