He has done what he needs to do i. Read as a group for Bible study; having group discussion and other perspectives to talk about questions and practical ways to implement for various ages was helpful rather than reading this as a stand-alone parenting tool. Lessons I took from it: Give your kids choices, let them own their mistakes, help them think things through by asking questions rather than lecturing. The idea of is largely the same concept of Love and Logic which is to present one's progeny with choices, allowing them to make wise choices or otherwise. Loving Our Kids on Purpose brings the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival into our strategy as parents. It incorporates the principles of the Kingdom of God and revival into your strategy as parents. I believe the author parents his children well.
Wow I'm feeling chatty this morning. This is the ultimate goal for the parent. I had tried the technique and I must say it is highly effective. He wants you to prosper and have the ability to capture ideas and produce wealth and be about the assignment on your life. I'm going to add this one to my to-read list and see what I can learn from it. Danny Silk clearly articulates something that I have believed all along as a parent, but haven't necessarily known how to put into practice: I don't want my children to obey me because they are afraid of me or afraid of the consequences of disobedience. I love that it worked with the situation you shared and that smiles were eventually had by all.
I plan to re-read this book when my children are nearing their pre-teen years. This book gave me insight into a different paradigm in parenting and dealing with people. The journey to health isn't a sprint. The many examples help to see how this might be done by moving from a punishment-based approach to offering choices and consequences depending on age and maturity. Every child has a different personality, so a person parent or not who understands a personality could be more helpful than me. I am certainly adding some of his tools to my belt.
We have enjoyed each other and made a heart connection. . I advise readers to use discretion with some of these tactics as I think they are more appropriate for older children rather than the five and under crowd. Parents should maintain a genuinely loving demeanor toward the child to encourage him or her to solve the problem. However, if you want clear insight and revelation on how relationship works according to Kingdom reality then you will read this one through a few times.
This book was definitely a paradigm shift for me as it focuses more on love and relationships rather than on getting obedience and compliance. We have enjoyed each other and made a heart connection. This book encouraged me that we can survive the teen age years if I work hard to stay connected to my daughter's heart. With this guide, you will gain the wisdom, kingdom concepts, and practical tools you need to help raise your children to their best. We can build trust with them by letting them know we are there for them in all situations and allowing them to grow from these difficult times.
Silk believes that establishing a loving relationship in which both the parent and child love and trust one another is the key to good parenting. Loving Our Kids on Purpose introduces paradigms, perceptions, skills, and ideas that help parents reduce fear by eliminating the tool of punishment and strengthening the hearts of their children to fulfill their destiny. This book will help you grow in maturity as a Christian, and help you help your children mature in their relationships. This book gave me insight into a different paradigm in parenting and dealing with people. You could offer the choice of walking or being carried upstairs. That said, reading this book with a ten year old daughter who is entering a new phase is great timing.
We must learn to control ourselves. If you don't like to be challenged and have your world turned on you then avoid this book. Lessons I took from it: Give your kids choices, let them own their mistakes, help them think things through by asking questions rather than lecturing. I listen with my heart when Moms talk to me. We honor our kids by giving them choices.
It would be good to consider, exactly at what age, which choices are appropriate. I also believe it's a lot of hard work to get to that point, but that it's all worth it. This is just another example of the beauty of a kind heart, a listening ear, and the willingness to step out and minister to an exasperated mother. It is intended to disrupt our current model of authority. He emphasizes the importance of love being the number one priority and making a connection through love with your children.