Building Blocks of Parenting:

Key Points for Increasing Responsible Behavior

Parenting is often seen as a sprint. We sprint to get our kids to school. We sprint to help them com­plete their home­work. We some­time even sprint to dis­ci­pline.  I use the anal­ogy of sprint­ing to illus­trate our atti­tude of quick fixes. The last thing we want to do is raise a child in the quick­est man­ner pos­si­ble. That is why we need to sift our every day behav­ior toward the goal of com­plet­ing a marathon. When rais­ing a child, one must think long term. One must think adult.

Parenting is not sequen­tial. Everything is impor­tant and it doesn’t mat­ter where you begin your focus. What does mat­ter is the con­fi­dence and resilience you demon­strate as you take on this won­der­ful respon­si­bil­ity to rais­ing your chil­dren.

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