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We must analyze different types of strategies to discipline our children and young adults in a positive way that does not injure them.  We need to address their behavioral problems by making psychiatric treatment and behavioral counseling therapy to help them with their behavioral problems.  Young adults should also receive family planning consultations if they are considering undertaking intimacy with a partner.

What Is Discipline?

What is Constructive Discipline?

  1. Discipline is a combination of efforts to educate children and young adults about the dangers of committing sins and crimes, engaging in high-risk behaviors, and engaging in destructive and self-destructive behaviors.
  2. Discipline helps children and young adults to understand the difference between acceptable behaviors and unacceptable behaviors.
  3. Discipline imposes penalties upon children and young adults for misbehavior and for engaging in offence behaviors.  This is an effort to teach students the difference between right and wrong.
  4. Discipline helps children and young adults to understand what God expects from them.
  5. We must welcome children and young adults back into the student community after they have responded completely to discipline.
  1. Constructive Discipline seeks to help children and young adults the difference between acceptable and unacceptable behaviors.
  2. Constructive Discipline seeks to educate students about the difference between right and wrong without inflicting harm and/or causing the student to feel pain.
  3. Constructive Discipline helps children and young adults to understand the consequences that await them if they continue to engage in destructive and self-destructive behaviors in order to convince them to end those behaviors.
  4. Constructive Discipline helps our children and young adults to understand what God and the Holy Spirit expects from them after they have made a mistake or series of mistakes that require disciplinary action against the students.
  5. Constructive Discipline seeks to change a student's behaviors through counseling, support, and positive family and peer participation.

What is Destructive Discipline?

What Role Does God Play In The Process of Discipline?

  1. Destructive Discipline is an effort to inflict pain, physical and emotional harm on a child and/or a young adult that has violated school policies or has committed a crime in school.
  2. Destructive Discipline gives a confused child or young adult with limited options when asking for forgiveness or for a second chance at life in school.
  3. Destructive Discipline can detach a child and/or a young adult from his or her studies because of suspensions, expulsions, and other forms of discipline.  This type of discipline would progress to continue to cause life-threatening behaviors in child or young adult.
  4. Destructive Discipline can cause self-destructive and destructive behaviors in children and young adults.  These destructive behaviors would happen in response to repeated injuries from adult efforts to discipline the child and/or the young adult.
  5. Destructive Discipline attempts to solve a student's behavioral problems by inflicting psychological harm and hardship upon the student.  Destructive discipline detaches a student from his or her peer groups and causes humiliation and depression in front of a school's student community.
  1. God has all of our students under surveillance.  He always identifies the students that are getting into trouble and that need assistance.
  2. God will not tolerate destructive and/or self-destructive behaviors among our children and young adults.  God has established numerous resources to help our children and young adults to respond to discipline.
  3. God works with the Holy Spirit, the Criminal Justice System, Behavioral Health Professionals, the Medical Community, His Organization of Teachers, and the Government to work together to find ways to discipline children and young adults in a constructive manner.
  4. God tries to communicate with us when He senses that we are destructive to ourselves and/or destructive to others.  God tries to guide us in order to get us help.
  5. God helps all of us to respond to discipline and to stop making the mistakes that damage our relationships with God and the Holy Spirit.  We have to stop offending God and the Holy Spirit in order to live productive lives.
  6. God tries very hard to prevent us from committing a sin and/or a crime that will cost us our freedom for the rest of our lives.

What Is Cruel and Unusual Punishment In Discipline?

What Does Discipline Seek To Accomplish?

  1. The ultimate goal of discipline is to teach students that their bad behaviors have to stop happening.
  2. Educators should refrain from imposing life-threatening disciplinary actions against children and young adults.
  3. Expulsions, suspensions, and humiliation among fellow peers are unacceptable attacks upon a student's status in a school.
  4. A student's academic career should not end or be threatened by misbehavior that is guided by immaturity.  Schools should be ready to work with behavioral health professionals to help to bring students that have been detached from the student community back together with their peers.
  5. All children and young adults should be forgiven for their bad behaviors because they are at an age where they might not know any better than to make a mistake.  Educators cannot just make schools safer by destroying the academic careers of certain students that would be expelled as "troublemakers."
  6. All students deserve forgiveness after they have broken the rules.  They also deserve behavioral healthcare counseling and criminal justice counseling so that they will understand the consequences of breaking the rules repeatedly.
  7. Our goal in schools is to treat every child and young adult with respect and dignity.  We should constructive techniques top discipline students.
  1. Discipline seeks to educate students about the difference between acceptable and non-acceptable behaviors.
  2. Discipline seeks to warn students about the consequences, penalties, and punishments that await them because of their continued efforts to antagonize God through their offensive behaviors. 
  3. Discipline gives a child or a young adult a chance to show remorse for what he or she has done to offend God and the Holy Spirit.  God tries to help the young adult that his or her behaviors can no longer be tolerated.
  4. Discipline is the first step toward helping a student to repair his or her relationship with God.  God and the young adult that faces discipline can then work with counselors and mentors to repair the damage that warranted the discipline.
  5. Emerging from discipline is a new beginning for a child or a young adult.  God, peer groups, mentors, and family members have given the child or young adult a chance to rejoin his or her peer group and to try to function all over again.  The child or young adult is then closer to being guided by God and The Holy Spirit.
  6. The ultimate goal of discipline is to make it next to impossible that a child will be charged with a crime.  Children and young adult need to learn the difference between right and wrong at a young age in order to minimize the chance that they will encounter problems with law enforcement in the future.
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  • Students Can Also Receive Counseling and Help From the Holy Spirit.
  • Students Must Come To Understand That The Holy Spirit Is An Extremely Powerful and Intelligent Force That Is Part of God.
  • Students Should Come To Understand That The Holy Spirit Loves and Cares For All Of Us.
  • The Holy Spirit Works With God to Help All of Our Brothers and Sisters from All Over The World To Stop The Hatred and the Violence.
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  • We Must Understand That Medical Scientists Such as Psychiatrists and Psychotherapists Are There To Help Our Kids When They Are In Need of Help.
  • Our Goal in Education Is To Develop Students That Will Honor Humanity.
  • We Want To Teach Our Children to Stay Away From Tobacco, Alcohol, and Illegal Drugs.
  • We Want To Teach Our Children the Difference Between Right and Wrong.
  • We Want Them To Live Productive Lives Outside of Incarceration and Outside of the Commission of Crimes
  • We Ask God To Save The Lives Of Our Children and Young Adults By Working With Scientists to Help All Of Them.
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There Are Many Ways To Help Students To Understand That The Faculty of a School Cannot Tolerate Certain Behaviors.  We Should Be Patient and Assertive When We Must Confront A Student That Is Engaged in Disruptive Behaviors.  Hurting Students Through Humiliation, Inflicting Pain and Suffering, Suspensions, Expulsions, and Devastating a Student's Self Esteem Are Ways To Cause Permanent Damage to a Students Life.  We Must Send a Student into Psychiatric Care When Simple Discipline Does Not Work for a Student in Order to Save the Student's Life.  Thank You For Visiting Our Discipline Page!!!

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