Guest Blog: Corporal Punishment of Schoolchildren: Two Opposing Positions

You cite the problem of student-on-student violence. I agree. That’s a serious problem wherever it occurs: California, Georgia, anywhere. If we are to effectively deal with it, we should start with the root causes. Inevitably, children behave as well (or as badly) as they are treated. If we want them to learn to resolve their differences nonviolently, we as adults must model that behavior.

Anger – Discover And Heal The Reason

When you are clear about your feelings, intentions and communicate them clearly, you have a better chance of achieving what you want than if you lose control or allow your unconscious mind to manipulate the situation. Misplaced anger can cause more harm than good. Discussing what you truly believe and feel empowers you and helps …

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