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Old 04-16-2012, 02:15 PM   #81
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I believe what you're referring to is "enforcing discipline", which

is useless if, you don't set down discipline doctrine to begin with.

Beating the troops till morale improves is a very half-gap method.

Children need to be let known what is expected of them, and

trained to do what is proper. "Discipline", like "diet", is, in it's

essence, a noun, not a verb...

The sad and true fact, is your child will have your attention.

Whether you opt to surrender it voluntarily, or have them take it , is

up to you.

What do I know? My daughter is an honors student,

who just graduated from college, Cum Laude.
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