Sunday, August 29, 2004

Helping Kids with the Scientology Handbook

One of the most frustrating things about kids is when you can't figure out why they are upset, and can't seem to do anything to help them.

I don't know a single parent who hasn't run into this.

Sometimes as well-meaning as a mom or dad may be, the level of the child's acting-up gets to them, and I don't know many people who don't have one or more times they can think of when they reacted badly - screaming at the child, slapping him or her - in an attempt to just turn it off. And how often does that work?.... (I've certainly never seen it to be effective - usually just raises the decibles of the tantrum).

And it's not just a problem of reacting badly toward your kid once. If you don't find out how to handle it, it's bound to happen again, and chances are your fuse will be even shorter.

I know I've certainly wished I had something I could do to turn off the tantrum and replace it with my child's other good-natured personality.

In his developement of Scientology and Dianetics, L. Ron Hubbard isolated certain techniques that work extremely well to help kids.

Scientology Volunteer Ministers take a course where they learn these Scientology techniques, and anyone can take these courses at a Scientology church or mission. (By the way - you don't have to be a Scientologist to be a Scientology Volunteer Minister).

In fact the text for these courses is the Scientology Handbook, and this book is available online and through bookstores.

The incredible thing about these tools is that they work, they are easy to learn and even easier to use. It doesn't take 12 years of college. These Volunteer Minister courses take a few days each, and there is one that just teaches you these Scientology techniques in helping kids.

Scientology churches around the world provide Scientology volunteer minister cavalcades, where Scientologists travel from town to town, and provide one-on-one help and training in these simple courses. For example, there are Scientology churches in the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Italy and all of the United States where cavalcades like this have been held.

More Sites about Kids and Scientology

Kindstart.comScientology category.
Scientology - the Clergy Corner

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