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Old 02-14-2007, 01:16 PM
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Thumbs up Gentle Discipline

Children need discipline, there's no doubt, but DO NOT confuse that with punnishment.
I have 2 boys who are REAL boys through and through! When they are being harsh with each other I have them sit and write a 1 paragraph story about their brother and it has to be about one aspect they love about the other. Since the beginning of this we have a "storybook" where we keep these. This discipline of learning to love each other has spawned a dinner-time game of "Who Loves Me the Most" where we all pick someone different each night and tell the best thing about them!
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