New PDF release: A Review of the Principal Questions in Morals

By Richard Price

ISBN-10: 0935005269

ISBN-13: 9780935005264

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But that’s so much better than measuring your child against the entitlement checklist: pretty clothes—check; good neighborhood—check; enrichment programs— check, check. • Entitlement-free parents must balance ageappropriate expectations with supportive nurturing. It’s that love and guidance combo. But how do you really know when you’re tipping the scales too far in one direction? Entitlement-free parenting gives you the ability to recognize the warning signs when you start down the entitlement slide.

Make up funny verses to Down by the Bay when you need to fill time. No props are required, only words. • Be illogical. It may be animals that talk or cars that fly. With originality like that, your child just might become another Einstein or Bill Gates. The Entitlement-Free Child 31 The ability to laugh actually stems from the entitlementfree ability to see a situation from another person’s perspective. Three-year-olds can drive you crazy with their newly acquired ability to “get you” with a good joke.

Experience is on your side. Entitlement-Free Parenting 45 Each stage in your child’s evolving development brings new surprises and uncertainties that create doubt and confusion to you as a parent. What worked so well yesterday may not work today, because your child grew—cognitively, emotionally, socially, or physically. What worked so well with one child is like speaking a foreign language to another child. It’s a gift of parenthood that until adolescence, your child, for the most part, believes that you know almost everything and you can fix just about anything.

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