Setting Your Child Up For Failure -- Are you inadvertently doing these 10 ways that set your child up for failure? Sometimes we even think we are being good parents while doing them because we only want our children to be happy.
“Look forward with confidence and backwards with attitude.
I’m constantly amazed by the differences between my kids. Their personalities, their preferences, their talents, and their tendencies can be as different as night and day. This is certainly true in the realm of friendships. One or two of my kids have never known a stranger. They happily chat with the grocery clerk, the elderly …
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