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Out of control Children.......Who has the answer?

Who has the answer for out of control children? What causes a child to "Go Bad"? 

1) Violent mass media materials?

2) Victims of bullying and neglect?

3) Violent video games?

4) Divorced Families?

5) Self esteem issues?

6) Peer pressure?

7) Parent pressure?

8) Physical appearance?

These are just eight points that I feel can attribute to a child "Going Bad".

With the shootings in Florida, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Arizona, Tennessee, California and every other state I think this is a topic that needs to be discussed. The problem lies With taking God out of everything remember the Bible says," If you spare the rod, you spoil the Child". Keep Structure and Consistency in the child's life but that is much easier said then done. So what do you do? Love, Hope and Peace

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Comment by jim bays on October 29, 2012 at 1:57pm

The word family keeps being use by almost everyone.  The kids that are the most trouble are kids with no families to speak of.  They are the product of the "bread winners", collecting benefits for women with children. I have a neighbor who has had 15 babies, some of which is in jail or dead,  But one of whom I would be proud of to be my son !   I can prove this with NO problem !  But typically...this is our biggest problem, world wide !!!

Comment by Bruce Mattson on July 19, 2012 at 1:47am

Michael, I read your bio and was very impressed with your family and your beliefs.  I too love to cook and also was a touring musician for over 30 years.  In answer to your question, we must put God back in our schools and into our everyday lives.  With God, there is right from wrong.  God gave us our guiding principles and our conscience.  Without God being returned to our schools and morality being instilled with family values, we are lost.

Comment by Dan Hawkins on June 19, 2012 at 12:58pm

Well I sense that the young ( 7 -12th graders I will concentrate on ) have unfortunately been in most cases indoctrinated with the "self esteem " and the push of as Catherine lights upon in her comments the " be themselves" child empowerment phycological garbage inserted into the public schools education so called.

 Parents and churches have failed in their God ordained missions and now we have a real serious de-lima .

  One thing I keep thinking about is  of the idea of all children 18 and down should be required to attend what I call a'  young citizens moral and responsibility ', camp for 3 to 4 month duration and maybe more than once. 

It would be Christian run and private from the government.  Parents discipline  and be a parent and remove your children from the public schools.  Some thoughts , cell phones must go from children under 16. 

Comment by Blessings on April 20, 2012 at 5:01pm

If you have a tough kid, don't give in!!  When they grow up and become responsible adults, you'll be glad you Did What It Took to raise them.  Not easy....if I survived, you will too!

One of the tools I used:

Comment by Catherine on April 14, 2012 at 11:47am

"Hebrew parents would not have been satisfied with the modern notion that children should just "be themselves."  "A child who gets his own way (literally, 'left to himself')" says Proverbs 29:15, "brings shame to his mother."  It is not up to children to clarify their own value system, or to determine moral truths by looking within themselves.  Rather, it was a parents' duty to clarify for their children what God had already clarified for them."  The first 12 years of a child's life is for molding as in clay.  As the clay gets harder, it is "harder" to mold, therefore waiting until a child is a teenager to build the proper relationships including self-discipline is probably too late. 

A man or woman, boy or girl, with self-control operative in his or her life is a person who can be trusted with freedom.  The more internal control a person has, the moe he or she may be free of external controls.  Prov. 16:32 states that a man who controls his own self is stronger than a man who captures an entire city.  The hebrew word for parent (horim) and for teachers (morim) are similar, and therefore, mean vitually the same thing.

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