What Does a Child Do When he is Disappointed? What Does He do when He Fails? And How Do Yon React as a Parent? Julia M. Hayes, a master teacher, has built a strong relationship with thousands of parents, students, teachers and educators, for many years. She has learned that it takes self-motivation, life skills, interest, prayer, patience, persistence, perseverance, good commonsense, and a sense of humor to meet the needs of every child. She has spent many years striving to master those goals by helping students reach their maximum potential and enabled them to utilize their capabilities to be the best. One of her major concerns was how to deal with children who portray "Bad Behavior," She understands that teaching children who consistently exemplify "Bad Behavior" is not only challenging, but also rewarding once those behaviors are changed to positives. She would set goals each year to find different strategies to enhance positive behavior. And because of her persistence those strategies have changed many students lives, Julia Hayes gives of herself. She realizes that there is power in teaching with love, prayer, compassion and finding your niche with every child individually. She spent a lot of time teaching her students how to be respectful to everyone and geared her teaching strategies and lesson plans to always improve self-discipline. She believes that parents should be ultimately responsible for their children's actions, no matter where they are, but the teacher has to be the second professional role model in a child's life white he is in school. This book, Julia M. Hayes: A Teacher's Journal "Dare to Believe that Religion plays a Major Role In Disciplining Your Children"reflects upon strategies, goals and objectives that may be used to improve a child's "Bad Behavior" In school. Also it offers a set of questions for you to think about and what would you do about "Bad Behavior" as a parent? This book gives the parents the opportunity to change their way of thinking about new methods of educating and disciplining their children on a day to day basis. Disciplining is not just a child obeying rules, but learning to grow from their mistakes when they meet disappointments and failures. What does the child do when he is disappointed? What does he do when he fails? And how do you react as a parent?Hayes, Julia M. is the author of 'Julia M. Hayes:A Teacher's Journal Dare To Believe That Religion Plays A Major Role In Disciplining Your Children'' with ISBN 9781418425371 and ISBN 1418425370.