Yesterday I saw child training at its best. The fact that it was my own son-in-law training my favorite grandkid amplifies the pleasure. For his third birthday, Lincoln received a (...)
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Pearl, Reading your posts about boys has encouraged me so much. I am married to a visionary (turning into a command man) and I have two little boys, a (...)
Don’t buy the line that brokenness or weakness is inherited personality. It is all in the kind of example you lay down and how you respond to them.
In every group of children you will discover a wide spectrum of behavioral issues. Among these is the most disturbing of all, the foolish child.
When I tell my 4-year-old son to do something, his first response is always, “Why?” How should I deal with this issue?
Accepting the sacrifices of duty and self control is a slow process done in increments, like learning to walk on sharp rocks.
You can learn a great deal about child training from watching other parents relate to their children.
What do you do when you learn that one of your sweet little ones is an outright liar?