Overview SPANISH EDITION. Lisa Whelchel offers creative solutions for parents who are out of ideas and desperate for new, proven approaches to discipline.
Publishers Description Hemos intentado el uso de penitencias, la suspension de salidas y la correccion fisica. Pero aun asi los jovencitos no cambian. Tal vez seria oportuno probar nuevas estrategias. Cuando la correccion se lleva a cabo de manera creativa, resulta mas provechosa para el nino y para los padres. Y llega a ser mas eficaz a la hora de producir resultados a largo plazo Nuestros hijos han estado: Actuando irrespetuosamente? Mintiendo? Quejandose? Desordenandole todo? Para estas y otras situaciones que enfrentamos como padres, Lisa Whelchel nos ofrece ideas nuevas que nos ayudaran a ganar la batalla de la disciplina."
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.12" Width: 6.1" Height: 1.06" Weight: 0.96 lbs.
Release Date Jun 11, 2006
Publisher Zondervan Publishing
ISBN 0829746455 ISBN13 9780829746457 UPC 639390746450
Availability 0 units.
More About Lisa Whelchel
Lisa Whelchel, whose first appearance on The New Mickey Mouse Club launched her busy acting career, is best known for her role as Blair on the perennial hit TV show The Facts of Life. Now a busy homeschooling mother, speaker, and pastor's wife, she is the author of Creative Correction, The Facts of Life (and Other Lessons My Father Taught Me) and The ADVENTure of Christmas. Lisa and her husband, Steve Cauble, live in Texas with their three children, Tucker, Haven, and Clancy.
Lisa Whelchel currently resides in Dallas Lantana, in the state of Texas.
Lisa Whelchel has published or released items in the following series...
This book has been a reference our family has gone to time and time again. The other two reviews written before mine were obviously by individuals who have not even read the book. Lisa loves her children and the Lord and has mapped out many discipline techniques for families to choose from, along with many bible verses for support and reference. She has written many good books but this is one of my favorites.
Read the hardcover reviews Nov 30, 1999
This book discusses creative ways in which to humiliate and shame your child into submission. Child playing with matches? Burn up his favorite toy. Child wants to go to the bathroom? Say no just to teach her submission to you in all things. Child hits a sibling? Put him in boxing gloves all day so he can't eat or play. Child giggles and asks for water before bedtime? Tell her she can stay up all night but make her stand in the middle of the room until she falls over. Yeah, this is great parenting advice.
Be "creative" in dumping poop in your child's room? How can this book have a publisher?, Nov 30, 1999
Whatever Whelchel says, Jesus would not approve of her disgusting methods. He said "Whoever harms one such as these had better be bound by a millstone and thrown into the sea." Pretty strong words that should make would-be degraders of children think again.
The "creative" in the book means suggesting punishments like putting children in handcuffs, and making them walk on dog poop. She doesn't believe in discussion, only immediate compliance to her commands, which are sometimes very absurd or cruel themselves, like not allowing bathroom visits.
She says she was "raised in the South where she was compelled to called all adults sir and ma'am." Is she saying her methods follow "good southern discipline?" Is filling a little boy's room with "manure" (page 75 in the book "Creative Correction") "good southern discipline?"
She gets "creative" by having them earn get out of jail (means punishment) free cards. Will the cards get them out of the punishment of "molding children" that uses "screwdriver" "hammer" and "sandpaper" techniques? (p.133) Hopefully her "respectful southern children" will respect themselves and give her a get out of HER jail free card.