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What Do You Want for Your Children?

     What do you want for your children? Most parents would say that they want their children to have high self-esteem, a sense of purpose and involvement, meaningful, constructive relationships, and success at school and work. This is the ideal; but how many of us know how we can best guide our children to achieve the ideal. Questions you might ask yourself to check your attitudes about being a parent include:

Let's look at how these common attitudes about discipline stimulate misbehavior, and explore some ways to respond to children that promote self-discipline and self-responsibility, and increase self-esteem.

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Robert J. Perchalski, Ph.D.
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Last edited June 1, 2013 by Robert J. Perchalski, Ph.D.