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Articles on Art of Child Training

Fetch Disabled

The story you are about to read is based on a true story. The dog’s name was changed to protect his dignity.

Getting in Tune

Just this week, I heard a mother tell with amusement how her son had announced that he was going to be a musician—a guitarist.

Butterflies and Backdoors

With five children still at home, their friends come in like mosquitoes in Louisiana; you just try to ignore the buzz and hope they don’t eat too much.

12 Parenting Essentials

Love is many a thing, from a feeling that might be selfish, to a service done in secret. Love can be the crest of an emotion, or it can be the toil of assistance.

Something Right

Most of our child-training examples come from our friends (at least they were friends before we published their stories).

My Little Knuckle-Head

A little knuckle-head came to visit me the other day. I call him knuckle-head because he is the type that makes people want to give him a rap on the head with their (...)

It's the Book's Fault

...In a way, I feel worse with my pretty-well-balanced kids than I did with the unruly first one...

The Power of the Media Revisited

I have new information confirming our former hypothesis concerning the recent technological advances in child training and behavior control.

Training Fleshy Flesh

Occasionally we receive criticism about our emphasis that parents should set up training sessions for their children. Our first book on child training, To Train Up A Child (...)

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