As I sat on the sidelines of the volleyball court, I observed a good example of child training.
Deb and I were teaching several seminars in a one-hundred-mile radius. One family requested that we stay with them the entire week and critique their child training.
You are not alone. We have received several letters from confused readers. However, for every confused reader there were ten who found solace in knowing their boys didn’t h (...)
Mother, why are you cleaning up this room; isn’t this your little girl’s room? “Yes, but she’s only three, not big enough to clean up yet.”
In keeping with our article on boys I have decided to relate an event that occurred last week.
Question: Do you have any cures for rowdy boys during school? It’s almost always in fun, but is always disruptive.”
As I look at the woman sitting opposite me, the twisting of her hands, the set of her shoulders, and the stress on her face tells me she is willing to do anything I suggest.