Paperback: 304 pages
Publisher: AuthorHouse (October 3, 2005)
Product Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.7 inches
Children must acquire discipline in order to manage their myriad activities, set and achieve goals, and be successful in their lives. But few kids today are being equipped with the necessary tools to make discipline a cornerstone of their daily routine. And few adults know specifically how to help them. The third in the series, this book articulates both the why and the how of Discipline for children.
Practicing daily discipline is an art and takes a lot of work. But the rewards are well worth the sacrifices along the way. Discipline is the “magic” ingredient that allows children to stick with their values in the face of peer pressure, build their self-esteem through unprecedented achievement, and ultimately be successful in their lives. Adults have the ability to make success a tangible reality for children if they are willing to teach the most difficult skill of all — Discipline.
Written for adults who want to mentor children in the art of self-discipline, this book clearly illustrates what discipline is and what discipline is not. A step-by-step guide to mentoring, actionable ideas for teaching discipline and charts to track your child’s progress is all included. And while many may think discipline mentoring is only for older children, the book covers how to teach the fundamentals to younger children and children with disabilities.
Discipline is the tool we all need to continuously improve both ourselves and our lives — and discipline can be learned. We want our children to be happy, productive, and successful, and with this book we now have the roadmap to mentor our children in how they can achieve more than they ever imagined.