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Love & Logic Class Offered
Wednesday, January 13, 2010 • Posted January 13, 2010

Are your kids driving you crazy? Would you like to have some real world practical examples for how to deal with whining, arguing and defiance that you can begin using immediately? Come to the Love & Logic classes and receive practical, easy-to-use techniques that work – it is not just a lot of theory. Raise children who are self-confident, motivated, and ready for the real world with this win-win approach to parenting. Your children will win because they’ll learn to solve their own problems while gaining the confidence they need to meet life’s challenges. And you’ll win because you’ll establish healthy control—without resorting to anger, threats, nagging or exhausting power struggles. Parenting with Love and Logic puts the fun back into parenting!

Love & Logic is a philosophy for raising and teaching children based on the experiences of school teacher and administrator Jim Fay and Foster Cline, MD. Cline and Foster provide simple and practical techniques to help parents experience less stress and more fun while raising responsible kids. Many of the teachers and administrators at Mason ISD have been trained in using Love & Logic in the classroom with great results. Love and Logic® is easy to use, raises responsible kids, and changes lives.

Mason ISD will offer one hour Love & Logic classes beginning on January 19th and continuing every Tuesday for five weeks. The last class in the five week session will be February 16th. The classes will be held in the high school library from 5:15-6:15, and babysitters will be provided free of charge. If you would like to register for the classes and reserve a free workbook, call Melany Canfield, high school counselor, at 347-1122 ext 224. However, you can also just show up on the first class day and we’ll order more books.

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