By Peter Jaksa
In 25 silly blunders mom and dad Make, mom and dad learn case histories and comparable suggestion from a pro therapist which can support them take care of universal difficulties.
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Additional resources for 25 Stupid Mistakes Parents Make
Are our communities really more dangerous than they were thirty, forty, or fifty years ago? Our perceptions of our communities is certainly more negative, due in no small part to repeated images of violence, dangers, and disasters which bombard us through the mass media on a daily basis. Dinnertime has become a time for the evening news and a fresh series of stories about murders, tornadoes, plane crashes, and so on. TV news shows, newspapers, and movies provide a relentless display of the problems and dangers in the world.
The long answer is that parents play a crucial part in determining just which freedoms and choices the child is capable of making at that point in his life. What are appropriate, realistic, healthy expectations and choices for a particular child can be discussed and negotiated to some degree, but bottom line, the parents have to act in the child's best interests. This is not a matter of control, but of responsibility. Affective Parenting Is Not About Control Nor is it about abdicating authority.
The interest must be genuine, not faked. Children are very sensitive to parents' reasons for doing things with them, and will resent the parent who does things out of a sense of obligation or guilt. When it comes down to it, it really does not matter whether you are busy at work or trying to improve your golf game. If you don't have time for your children, and have a genuine interest and affection for them, you must ask why in heaven did you bother having children in the first place? And the answer: what is your intention now?
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