10 commandments of parenting

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Published on November 19, 2009

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The 10 Commandmentsof PARENTING : The 10 Commandmentsof PARENTING By Mike Torretti Reference Books : Reference Books The Bible The 10 Commandments of Parenting By Ed Young How to get your teen to listen By Richard Zapf Kid CEO By Ed Young Parenting is Hard Work : Parenting is Hard Work It is a vocation Takes energy and strong emotional strength Put energy into it when they are young…. or experience problems later that require even harder work and worry..its your choice 1st CommandmentThou Shalt Build A Functional Family : 1st CommandmentThou Shalt Build A Functional Family From Ozzie + Harriet to Ozzie Osborne The Formula for functionality - c+bp –c = ff Every family has a dysfunction (your family curse) some worse then others alchohol, drugs, abuse, emotional torment, no relationship with God, negativity Some behavior that needs to change from generation to generation. Think about whats yours? 2nd CommandmentThou Shalt Love Thy Children : 2nd CommandmentThou Shalt Love Thy Children Provide Identity Provide security and importance Unconditional love Model Faith for them Ask yourself what legacy are you leaving your children 3rd CommandmentThou shalt model Godliness : 3rd CommandmentThou shalt model Godliness What forces mold your children – culture, peers, school -if you do not become the force these forces will take over. An Example – parents must love one another and let the children see that love Praying together – they will model what they see from you. 4th CommandmentThou shalt teach thy children : 4th CommandmentThou shalt teach thy children You are responsible for your kids and to be the primary teacher of your children 2Tim3:14-15 To be a good teacher You must continue to learn yourself. You must be learners You must teach; reverance, obedience, purity, about money, love, control of the tongue, work,and how to choose friends 5th CommandmentThou shalt spend time with they children : 5th CommandmentThou shalt spend time with they children Budget Quality time Save energy for your kids, be present daily, spectator time, be available, listen ( even if it sounds insignificant to you) 6th CommandmentThou shalt encourage they Children : 6th CommandmentThou shalt encourage they Children Positive affirmations only – unconditional love Awareness of gifts (physical and spiritual) Appreciation of different personalities Create healthy self esteems 7th CommandmentThou shalt provide stability and security : 7th CommandmentThou shalt provide stability and security They need the strength that comes from security (kim story) Do your children have a vision statement, a mission for what they want their life to be 8th commandmentThou shalt have the sex talk with thy children : 8th commandmentThou shalt have the sex talk with thy children If you do not peers or society will (it is your responsibility) **9th CommandmentThou shalt discipline thy children : **9th CommandmentThou shalt discipline thy children Do not let your children run your life…you are the CEO of your family not them If we love our children we will discipline our children..not punishment but discipline Discipline - Not Punishment : Discipline - Not Punishment providing training that develops self-control, character, or orderliness and efficiency to instruct or educate; to prepare by instruction; to train to love, guide, nurture, & support providing strategies that build community and relationships focusing on self-control and sustained learning viewing behavioral occurrences as opportunities to teach and support For Some Discipline Has Taken on Military Connotations : For Some Discipline Has Taken on Military Connotations “He needs to do what he is told without questioning…” “He needs to know who is in charge.” “He needs to learn that when he messes up there are painful consequences.” A Definition of Discipline : A Definition of Discipline Discipline is a set of rules that govern a person's behavior and conduct. The process of shaping and molding a child’s attitudes and behaviors over the years. Positive Parenting Discipline : Positive Parenting Discipline Sets reasonable standards Has reasonable expectations Encourages independence and individuality Enforces rules firmly and consistently Allows choices Builds a more democratic relationship Recognizes individual rights Steps in Positive Discipline : Steps in Positive Discipline Ignore minor, irritating behavior Praise and reward positive behavior Be specific with praise Work with the child to set basic rules Decide together what consequences will result from breaking the rules Use consequences consistently and calmly when rules are broken Discipline Techniques : Discipline Techniques Anticipate trouble Give gentle reminders early Offer choices Overlook small annoyances Reasons Children Misbehave : Reasons Children Misbehave Attention Power Revenge Inadequacy Most of You have become Overly Permissive Parents : Most of You have become Overly Permissive Parents Its easier Its politically correct The Kids run the families—they are the CEO Where does the Bible say kids should run their families Who is suppose to be the CEO? Slide 21: Ten Keys to Successful Parenting Play with Your Child Use Action, Not Words Give Children Appropriate Ways to Feel Powerful Use Natural Consequences Withdraw from Conflict Separate the Deed from the Doer Be Kind and Firm at the Same Time Parent with the End in Mind Be Consistent, Follow Through Spend Quality Time with Your Child 10th CommandmentThou shalt not be a passive parent Ephesians 6:4 : 10th CommandmentThou shalt not be a passive parent Ephesians 6:4 Triple AAA parent – affirmation, appreciation, and affection

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