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Faulty 'parent view' gets the blame for most of today's issues
Parenting Advice
John Rosemond Color
John Rosemond
Most of the problems today’s parents are experiencing in the course of raising children are due to a faulty “parent view.” Just as one’s worldview consists of attitudes, values, and expectations concerning the world and his or her place in it, a person’s parent view is primarily constituted of one’s definition of their parental responsibilities. That definition can be inferred from how a parent talks about and to her children, behaves toward them, and her parenting stress level.
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