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Dear Moms With Toddlers...

By:Christine Varichak

I remember it like it was yesterday…I’m a first time new mom of a One-Year old boy who just learned to walk…And by that I mean Run! 516 more words

Corporal Punishment

William Tyndale School: Returning after 64 years

On the 16th of May 2017 I returned to the brick lined alleyway, which led to the school building. There were two entrances one for boys and the other for girls. 773 more words

Autobiography

On Behaviors and Corporal Punishments

by Guillermo Bautista Jr.

Most of my life, I was the only child in the family, so as you can imagine, I would receive mostly reinforcements and very few punishments. 500 more words

Personal Selections And Commentaries

The hand or the chair: What science says about physical punishment and time-outs.

Do you want pow pow? You wan’t me to spank you?

To hit, or not to hit… Am I choosing right?

Today’s parents go far and beyond to care for and protect their children, using methods not considered even 20 years ago, such as expensive and “fancy” carseats (Gershoff, 2010). 1,201 more words

The Efficacy of Corporal Punishment

The following is a paper I wrote for my MHS in Child Protection degree at Nova Southeastern University. 

Debates over the morality of corporal punishment are ongoing. 4,634 more words

American Christianity

The Reading Glasses (#jammed daily devo, day 133)

May #jammed: Growing Grace.

Day 133:Unneeded.

“Do not withhold discipline from children.” Proverbs 23:13 (VOICE)

They are still a permanent part of my pen holder. During a season riddled with health issues, I obtained a set of reading glasses to correct odd headaches. 439 more words

Christian Living

Morning Registration at William Tyndale School in the 1950s

At my junior school in Upper Street, Islington, London as soon as the whistle was blown in the morning we all lined up in our classes and marched two by two into school from the playground. 587 more words

Autobiography