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  1. Time out for children’s behavior:
    Time-out is a discipline technique that involves placing children in a very boring place for several minutes following unacceptable behaviors.
    A good rule is to give 1 minute of time-out for every year of the child’s age. This means that a 2-year-old would sit in time-out for 2 minutes, and a 3-year-old would have a 3-minute time-out. Your child should be quiet before he leaves the time-out space. For adults who conduct themselves like children replace the minutes to months.It is recommended that parents of adult children step back and allow the adult child to accept personal responsibility for being placed in time out otherwise the pattern and severity of unacceptable behaviors may worsen.

  2. Please pray for my son Robert, 38 years old. He has been married for 14 years, had a problem with alcohol addiction. This year he became addicted to drugs. A friend sent him to a ranch in Florida and told him everything would be taken care of. He suffered abuse in the marriage. The ranch was not a rehab, but just a place to stay and work. He cussed out one of the men on the ranch and the owner took him to a motel and bought him a 3 day stay there. The owner left him penniless and without a phone. Also the owner did not contact me (his mother-a widow on dialysis) or his family. When the 3 days were up he began wandering the streets. His home was in Georgia,the ranch in Florida. He was arrested and now faces time in prison. Please pray. His wife sent him divorce papers. This is such a tragedy. Please pray and Thank you.

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