Winning the Discipline Debates

Monday, Mar 11, 2013 - 6pm ET

Dr. Ray Guarendi answers:

Is it true that parents during this generation are very lax because their parents were very difficult and harsh?

If there is a power struggle between husband and wife, how is the wife supposed to be a mediator between her husband and children without taking sides?

Is it okay to spank children for discipline reasons?

Where in the New Testament does Jesus not disapprove of physical punishment?

How can I discipline my 19 year old daughter who lives at home? She stays up late playing video games and doesn’t really go to church.

I have an eighteen-month-old daughter and taking her to church is a big chore. How can I keep her engaged at Mass without having to take her outside; is a time-out at Mass appropriate?

My son is very intelligent but he is not doing his homework for school and his grades are suffering. How do I get him on the right track?

You're A Better Parent Than You Think
Dr. Ray Guarendi employs four compact discs, one DVD, and a booklet to bring his extensive knowledge and personal experience to bear on almost every circumstance parents typically confront. In doing so, he demonstrates how parents' own innate judgement and experience can help them deal wisely with a multitude of child-rearing situations. They range from the core need for discipline and coping with a host of specific behavior problems to why too much reasoning is illogical and how to achieve calmer parenting.