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No Greater Joy: Volume One Paperback – July 1, 1997
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Within three days, my impossibly difficult four year old boy was obeying on command and loving (nearly) every minute... --No Greater Joy, May/June 2000, p. 9.
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In 1994 Michael and Debi Pearl published To Train Up a Child. The book has sold over 625,000 copies, becoming "the handbook on child training" for many families. The Pearls received so many child training questions in the mail that they began publishing a free bimonthly magazine to answer themNo Greater Joy. As the subscriptions grew into the tens of thousands, subscribers kept asking for back issues, thus the publication of No Greater Joy Volume One, Volume Two and Volume Threeeach book representing about two years of articles from back issues of the magazine. If you have read To Train Up a Child and you have questions, chances are you will find the answers in No Greater Joy Volume One, Volume Two, or Volume Three.
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Second issue, Every child is different, every family culture, environment is different.... in volume 1 I feel, Mike pearl assumed generalization applied based on his (perceived) superior intellect/insight, culture, family situation, and (inconsistent) bible exegesis...my take...skip it, read Voddie Boucham's, Kent hughes', John MacArthur's, Tim Keller's books on marriage and families... is this harsh....yes, but this is scary stuff ... feels cultish....I wonder what denominations they belong to...
Anytime you lash out and violently hit a child when you are angry it ithat codons violent abusive behavior.
When our twins were 10 months old we starting implementing these methods.
Let's say our baby was going to touch an outlet, we would take a 12" piece of leather SOFTLY tap his hand and QUIETLY say, "no, no." He would turn to look at us and usually reach out to touch it again. Before he could touch it we would CALMLY tap his hand once again and QUIETLY say, "no, no." More often than not we would all HAPPILY move on and we would PRAISE him. That's the extent of it.
We have the happiest most well behaved kids ever! We don't have raise our voices or get angry. Our twins are almost 2 1/2 now and we VERY RARELY ever tap their hands. When we speak our toddlers listen! We value our times together and a lot more time to spend loving and being playful!
At first we got a lot of flack from others, mostly my parents and in-laws when we told them what we were doing but once they actually saw for themselves how calm we are with them and how equally calm, obedient & content our twins are the judgements turned into praise! What a blessing these books have been.