A Parent’s Guide to DISCIPLINE


When you must discipline your child, don’t you just hate being the “bad guy”? Well, it’s no longer necessary for you to feel that way. First of all, because you are about to learn that “discipline” does NOT equate to “punishment”, as is commonly thought. Futhermore, proper discipline teaches your children lessons that he or she will need for the rest of their lives. Every choice has a consequence — good or bad, depending on the choice made. You’ll learn here how to train your child to make the right decision!

Is there a magic pill or something — some special trick that I’m going to suggest that will solve the problem of discipline?

No! But I am going to suggest that we take advantage of some essentials to get started and then, we will discuss the details of how to discipline effectively according to how the child is designed.

Let’s try to sort out what to do — what works and what doesn’t work — and the ways that are far more pleasant and, more importantly, effective for the parent while still getting the job done.

We’ll define discipline and determine what our goals should be. Then, we’ll apply strategies that will work for the individual child, because there is no one-size-fits-all method. Let’s face it: Children are different from each other and what works for one will not work for the other. But there are some solid principles that we can apply and this guide will teach you those principles.

Let’s get started! It’s going to make you a “rock star” parent and change the dynamics in your home!


Every parent struggles with discipline issues at times. And what parent hasn’t had the thought or feeling of “I hate being the bad guy!” The reasons for the struggle run the gamut from incorrect consequences chosen, consequences applied incorrectly, lack of understanding the goal of discipline (i.e. equating it to punishment) to just not understanding the child they are trying to discipline. This is where Ray W. Lincoln and his approach to discipline enters to save the day! He begins by defining discipline and its goals. From there he provides the basis for understanding the child the parent is trying to discipline and then provides a method that teaches the child to make the right choice and removes the parent from the role of “the bad guy.” Then he provides often overlooked additional insights to support the parent’s full understanding of situations that regularly occur and help him or her to choose the appropriate actions and consequences. Every parent will be thankful for this brief but valuable course because most discipline methods attempt to create a one-size-fits-all answer. There is no such thing, because children come in an infinite variety. Solid principles are what are needed and they are found here.

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Weight .5 lbs
Dimensions 8.5 × .3 × 5.5 in


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