Correcting, Not Criticizing

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Correcting, Not Criticizing

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Criticizing is easy, but correcting with love is a fine art (a Christlike attribute) that must be practiced and learned one step at a time. 

 

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As homeschooling parents, we have a lot of opportunity (all day long!) to teach and correct our children, but we need to make sure we are not criticizing when doing so. Dr. John Lund said, "Criticism is extremely toxic to the human spirit. It is more likely to kill the desire for change than it is to inspire it.” Whether we are correcting attitudes, behaviors, spelling words or math problems, doing it the "right way" can lift and bless our children, strengthen their self esteem and the relationship we have with them. In this class we will learn proven principles and methods that will teach us how to properly and lovingly correct our children, which begins with disciplining our own emotions and feelings. Criticizing is easy, but correcting with love is a fine art (a Christlike attribute) that must be practiced and learned one step at a time. President Hinckley said, "There is no discipline in all the world like the discipline of love. It has a magic all its own."