DREAM TEEN Magazine - - Teen Culture -

Ev­ery par­ent wants the golden key to rais­ing well-be­haved, aca­dem­i­cally gifted, suc­cess­ful, happy chil­dren. Em­bed­ded in the col­lec­tive psy­che is the no­tion that dis­ci­pline is the corner­stone to achiev­ing these goals. Out of Con­trol of­fers a never-be­fore-pub­lished per­spec­tive on why the en­tire premise of dis­ci­pline is flawed. Dr. She­fali Ts­abary re­veals how dis­ci­pline is a ma­jor cause of generations of dys­func­tion. The au­thor goes to the heart of the prob­lems par­ents have with chil­dren, chal­leng­ing so­ci­ety’s de­pen­dence on dis­ci­pline, dar­ing read­ers to let go of fear-based ide­olo­gies and re­place them with an ap­proach that draws par­ent and child to­gether. The key is on­go­ing mean­ing­ful con­nec­tion be­tween par­ent and child, free from threats, de­pri­va­tion, pun­ish­ment, and time­outs — all forms of ma­nip­u­la­tion. Par­ents learn how to en­ter into deep com­mu­nion with their chil­dren, un­der­stand­ing the rea­sons for a be­hav­ior and how to bring out the best in the child. Far from a lais­sez-faire, any­thing goes, ap­proach, this is how a child learns re­spon­si­bil­ity and takes own­er­ship of their life,

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