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So, if they are doing nothing wrong ⇒ and you are, nevertheless, disciplining them ⇒ Then there must be something inherently wrong with them!!!
Where do Addiction, Recovery and Love Meet?
Philip Be’er, author of “Learning to Love – Your Guide to Personal Empowerment”, is interviewed on Vancouver Co-op Radio’s Talk Recovery Program, by Darren Galer and Frances Stone. This is a wonderful interview, suitable for everyone who is struggling in some area of their life, not just with addiction issues.
. . . perhaps the most striking proof of such nutritional wisdom comes from a 1939 study in which a group of toddlers were put in charge of feeding themselves.
Power based on fear and punishment assumes that there’s a right way to be and a wrong way to be! It assumes that the person judging knows absolute right from wrong.
The things that we do consciously as parents are really important, BUT we also communicate unconscious messages to our children that are even more important.
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