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Unconditional Love

Lay a foundation of unconditional love. Gary Chapman and Ross Campbell explain this idea well: We need to fill our children’s emotional tanks with unconditional love, because real love is always unconditional. Unconditional love is a full love that accepts … Continue reading

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Establishing Consequences

Motivating and Establishing Consequences: When Johnny Doesn’t Feel Like Taking Out the Trash These ideas for motivation or charting results are only the beginning. What if your child does not choose to cooperate? The grandest of plans is worth nothing … Continue reading

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T Robinson’s Final Statement Before Execution BANNED by YouGuessedIt YouTube

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Motivation – The Field Beans Game

As we considered motivational techniques, we discussed the area of allowances, but my husband and I disagreed about how allowances should be used. He felt that the children should not be paid for doing chores that they have to do … Continue reading

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Motivation – Is It All Fun and Games?

Some would argue that children need to learn responsibility and no one said it should be all fun and games. We believe that life is a joy, that each day holds something to be savored, and that time spent together … Continue reading

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The Enemy of My Enemy is My Friend?

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The Helpy Helpers Learning Club

We needed an incentive for learning, so I got each girl a plain white T-shirt, and with fabric paint we wrote… Our goals for the year were to have each girl be able to manage loads of laundry, prepare a … Continue reading

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