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“ The womb which is supposed to be the safest place on earth has now become a tomb!”……If we permit mothers to kill even their very own children, how can we say to other people not to kill one another?”
The Seven Primary Principles of Parenting Wrong a. Bring up each child in precisely the same way. b. Inadvertently reinforce maladaptive behavior. c. You cannot, not attend to maladaptive behavior, because of problems in yourself. d. Children imitate maladaptive behavior you reinforce. e. The child reinforces your nagging by eventually complying. f. The desperate struggle to conserve energy makes you give up. g. Couples polarize on discipline etc. as a reenactment of unresolved problems from the childhood. Right a. Provide needs according to the child's blueprint. b. Reinforce, with attention, the behavior you want. c. Resolve your problems so you know why you are not able to discipline your attention to desirable behavior. d. Reinforce, with your attention, the child who is exhibiting the behavior you desire and the others will follow. e. Request a child do something once only. Commend them if they do; ignore them if they don't. f. It is worth the extra effort because eventually it will save you a great deal of time and energy. g. Understand your unresolved problems with insight and, by practice, engage in the behavior that is most beneficial to you all.
THE FAMILY AS THE PRIMARY AGENT IN THE TRANSMISSION OF THE FAITH
LET US STRENGTHEN THE FAMILY
Give importance in the preparation of marriage
Let us help and support married couples in their mission
Protect life and value family life
P.Benedict XVI th in his Homily during the celebration of the 5 th World Meeting of Family
“… Parents have the right and the inalienable duty to transmit this heritage to their children: to help them find their own identity, to initiate them to the life of society, to foster the responsible exercise of their moral freedom and their ability to love on the basis of their having been loved and, above all, to enable them to encounter God…”
“… Children experience human growth and maturity to the extent that they trustingly accept this heritage and training which they gradually make their own. They are thus enabled to make a personal synthesis between what has been passed on and what is new, a synthesis that every individual and generation is called to make.”
“ The Christian family passes on the faith when parents teach their children to pray and when they pray with them (cf. Familiaris Consortio , 60); when they lead them to the sacraments and gradually introduce them to the life of the Church; when all join in reading the Bible, letting the light of faith shine on their family life and praising God as our Father.”
"Christian married couples and parents, following their own way, should support one another in grace all through life with faithful love, and should train their children, lovingly received from God, in Christian doctrine and evangelical virtues…
… Because in this way they present to all an example of unfailing and generous love, they build up the brotherhood of charity, and they stand as witnesses and cooperators of the fruitfulness of Mother Church, as a sign of and a share in that love with which Christ loved his Bride and gave himself for her" ( Lumen Gentium , 41).”