Discipline

n.noun
dis·ci·pline

Discipline is one’s ability to do the right thing, regardless of how they feel. Discipline is one of the most difficult things for a person to develop as it takes hard work, dedication, and can take years to achieve. Those who develop strong discipline tend to be more successful and happier than those who do not develop strong discipline.

Troubled teens are notorious for their lack of discipline. In fact, their lack of discipline is likely the root cause of almost all of their issues. Furthermore, if troubled teens develop discipline, they will be able to overcome their shortcomings and change their live for the better.

Parents of troubled teens who are in desperate need of discipline have many options to choose from. These options include, therapeutic boarding schools for troubled teens, group homes, residential treatment centers and even boot camps for troubled teens. However, boot camps are considered ineffective and a “quick fix” that yields no long lasting changes.