Help Get Your Boys In Line
When parents are at their wit’s end trying to make their children behave, they must consider schools for troubled boys. A place like Wood Creek Academy is going to give boys the structure they need to get right with the world. All the items below are advantages that boys get from attending the school.
The boys are on a strict schedule at all times when they are enrolled in the school. Structure is the first thing that boys will respond to, and it will help them to learn what kind of order they need in their life to be productive members of society. The school keeps a tight schedule, and they make sure that all the teachers and students stick to that schedule during the day.
The boys are the school have a strict set of rules that they must follow. Also, they must make sure that they are adhering to the consequences for breaking the rules. These boys are used to getting away with breaking the rules, but they cannot get away with it when they are at the school. The teachers and administrators teach the boys that they must follow the rules at all times.
The boys are kept on a diet that makes them more stable during the day. The boys are not given a great deal of sugar, and their meals are balanced for their health. Also, the boys are put into a rigorous exercise regimen that will help them to focus their energy. The boys will be great athletes, but they will also much more stable because their energy is used wisely. The combination of diet and exercise helps the boys to follow the rules more closely.
When boys are out of control, they need to be in a place where they can learn how to be much better behaved. These boys will learn how to act in society, but they will also be given skills that will allow them to be much better citizens when they graduate into the real world and economy.
Chubskulit Rose says
I agree. It is a lot harder keeping the boys well behaved that girls.
This is precisely the reason why my husband doesn’t want a baby boy. He thinks they’re so hard to manage that he’ll always be watching his temper lol
May De Jesus-Palacpac says
I agree with discipline, but sometimes, boys are misunderstood to be misbehaving when they are actually just being what they are– boys. When we mis-discipline them, we end up constricting what would’ve been their most potential.
I read a book, Wild Things, written by a male children/youth psychologist and a male youth counselor, because we have 3 boys. It made me appreciate my sons and gave me a good perspective on their stages. 🙂
Roxi - Mr. Jacob's Mom says
It’s so hard sometimes to distinguish ‘troubled’ boys to those who are just going through a phase. But I know there is a thin line there somewhere, most probably when it involves hurting others or drug abuse. It’s good that there’s a school like Wood Creek Academy. I wonder if there’s one in our country.
Celerhina Aubrey says
Agree on helping your troubled boys by sending them on schools like this. Pero kasi ang hirap din eh. Sometimes they’d tell you na you are not a good parent for sending them away. But sometimes you really need professional help already.
Never heard of the school but seems very “military” like. No offence, but I guess if all help have been sought, then perhaps. We have a son and boys will be boys 🙂