Discipline Essay

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  • Discipline as a Soldier

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    Anonymous 20 November 2012 Discipline Discipline is the most useful quality. It means to act in an orderly manner, to act strictly according to principle. Discipline involves the ability to obey and follow simple task, orders, or request. Discipline is something you acquire through years of being taught, from young to old discipline should be a huge factor of your life. It should be something you live by and use often. Discipline leads to success in everything you do from school, or sports

  • The Importance of Discipline

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    The Importance of Discipline By: Alexis Wagner June 14, 2013 The dictionary definition for discipline is “a branch of learning, training that develops self-control.” Discipline to me is a form of work that takes time; but, in the end works for your good. A person can be someone “disciplined” or taught a new way of doing something they can’t or don’t want to do, or be self-disciplined, already possessing an inner strength of mind and determination to do these things own their own. (Control is

  • Importance Of Self Discipline

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    We already know that self discipline is important, but do we really need it? We know about success tools, and we familiarize ourselves with many useful resources that lead us to success, so why do we need self discipline? We all have goals for many areas of our lives. Some of us want successful relationships, some like to get more money, others want simply happiness in their lives and others seek better health with less weight. These are common goals, and we sometimes fail or succeed in achieving

  • Essay On Child Discipline

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    Every human being has been disciplined at some point of their life. The term discipline can be defined as to teach knowledge and skills; however, it is often equated to punish and control in parenthood. The different ways to discipline a child has been a hot subject since the early times of the biblical period. Many states in the United States had created laws to protect children from child abuse. In the last decade child abuse has been on a rapidly growing issue. The goal of parenting is to provide

  • Guidelines : Guidelines On Discipline

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    Essay 3: Appropriate Discipline Kids are tough resulting in the need for parents to be tougher but are the methods used for discipline appropriate for all ages? From toddlers to young adults methods of discipline need to change in order to teach obedience and respect. In a child’s life they go through five stages which include; Toddler, preschooler, grade-schooler, teen, and young adult. As a parent, one should be able to grow and become better people along with their children. If parents

  • Parental Discipline In The Bible

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    (Ephesians 6:4), “Fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.” Parental discipline is the method taken to ensure a straightened path of children, however, various techniques practiced by parents are questionable to whether they will fulfill the ambition to produce a qualified child. Although numerous parents exhibit their own unique means of discipline, it is the most logical option to develop children based on moral sense. Therefore,

  • Discipline

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    Discipline Discipline is the process of teaching the child what type of behavior is acceptable and what type is not acceptable, it teaches a child to follow rules. Discipline may involve both punishment, such as a time out, and, more importantly, rewards. It sounds so straightforward, yet every parent becomes frustrated at one time or another with issues surrounding children and discipline. Every parent wants their children to be happy, respectful, respected by others, and able to find their place

  • What Is Discipline Essay

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    understand what it means to 'discipline' someone? How do you define discipline? Does it mean helping someone get on the right track or is it about casting judgment or punishing a person for doing something wrong? Certainly discipline is misunderstood. In this article I want to give you a view of discipline that you may not have thought of and explain how to implement it with your team. Observations about discipline: Avoiding confrontation - Many people don't like to discipline their employees because

  • The Negative Consequences of Discipline

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    have been developed, which aim to rehabilitate “offenders” rather than punish them. These alternatives offer a balance between discipline and the risk of overcriminalization, and include counseling, anger management sessions, victim-offender mediation, and peer judiciaries. One central question that is raised throughout this discussion is the objective of the discipline; whether disciplinary measures should be used to punish or embarrass students, or whether it needs to reinforce and teach them

  • Reflective Essay On Spiritual Disciplines

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    Throughout the semester I have developed an understanding for the spiritual disciplines; silence, solitude, and Sabbath; which has taught me how to live an intention Christ-centered life. The disciplines have not only helped my personal daily life, but they have also helped me better understand Christ himself. I can, without a doubt, say that I know that God gave us the gifts of spiritual disciplines to help guide us in the crazy culture we live in. I have gained a new appreciation for the maker