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What Good Parents Know that Bad Parents Don’t – the Paradox of Authority

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Here is the paradox of authority: for many people it seems that children obey parents, where in fact they don’t obey them, and they don’t resist; they simply solve problems together with parents.

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Good Parenting vs Bad Parenting

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Most parents focus their efforts on confrontation with a child. Therefore, there are constant discipline issues, a tiring power struggle with the child. When children grow up and leave home parents may find themselves all alone for the rest of their lives. Good parents focus on cooperation. It requires sacrifice on the part of parents, devotion to the education […]

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What Good Parents Know That Bad Parents Don’t – Request vs Demand

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Good parents, in contrast to bad parents, build their communication with children on requests. Good parents ask, not demand. Good parents do not expect obedience and practice being Yes parents first before they get a Yes response from children. What else do good parents know about requests?

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Communication Parents Want to Have – Connecting with Children

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Parenting assumes three different actions: to manage, to teach and to communicate with children. Parents think about parenting as management and teaching. But the third component, communication, is often not taken into consideration in the relationship with children.

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Being a Good Parent During Your Child’s Adolescent Period (Part 1)

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A child’s adolescent period is full of challenges, temptations, and new unknown feelings. A teenager doubts, suffers, loves, hates, fears, and hopes. Even the most successful kids can’t avoid the torments of transition between childhood and adulthood. How can parents help their teenager? There are three qualities of a good parent, for which grown up child will be thankful.

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