A parent describes her dilemma: “I get so frustrated with the children. No matter how many times I tell them or spank them, they just do the same thing again. We just go ' (...)
Some good friends of mine dropped off their twenty-four-month old son to stay with us for a week while they worked in a youth camp.
I just received a call from a young mother who tries very hard to properly rear her children. They are very obedient and pleasant. However, she has one concern.
How can it be called success if your children turn out to be part of the world’s problem rather than its cure?
What irritates the mother about her child is actually a developing character flaw in the child.
When a child is told to do something that he doesn't want to do, he will often ask, "Why?" It most cases the question is not prompted by a spirit of cooperative inquiry — it i (...)