Grace Based Discipline - Session 1: Respond
Grace-Based Discipline (Karis Kimmel Murray) • 19m
What does discipline look like in a grace-based family? We need to avoid taking our kids' negative behavior personally—even when it's meant that way. We're ahead of the game if we choose to be a first-responder parent rather than an emotionally reactive one.
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