Parent Support

Parent Support

There is an old say­ing that if you give a per­son a fish you will feed them for a day while teach­ing them to fish will feed them for a life­time. Teaching a child to be respon­si­ble is like teach­ing a per­son to fish. When a child is raised in a way that encour­ages inde­pen­dence they truly under­stand that their suc­cess in life is a result of their own moti­va­tion to suc­ceed. Children who rely on their fam­ily to remind them to do chores or class­room assign­ments develop in ways that are destruc­tive to their suc­cess as adults. We’ve all heard of the par­ent who feels they must call their col­lege stu­dent to make sure they are awake and pre­pared for their aca­d­e­mic chal­lenge.

Raising a respon­si­ble will be more eas­ily achieved by learn­ing and prac­tic­ing a few key strate­gies. Many par­ents wait until their child is exhibit­ing prob­lem­atic behav­iors before seek­ing assis­tance. It is never too late or early to learn the core prin­ci­ples of rais­ing a respon­si­ble child.

Parents, I will help you to:


  • Responsibility
  • School Success
  • Peace in the Home
  • Respect


  • Nagging
  • Arguing
  • Stress
  • Disrespect

My belief is that ALL fam­ily mem­bers are enti­tled to mutual respect.

Parents should pro­vide oppor­tu­ni­ties for chil­dren to make deci­sions within lim­its so they can learn respon­si­bil­ity.

Discipline using nat­ural and log­i­cal con­se­quences can replace rewards and pun­ish­ers.

I strive to empha­size the oppor­tu­nity to TEACH chil­dren through respect­ful and respon­si­ble choices.

Communication and encour­age­ment help to cre­ate rela­tion­ships of love and respect.

All par­ents need edu­ca­tion to bet­ter meet the chal­lenges of rais­ing chil­dren.


Parents con­sis­tently report amaz­ing result in just days, but that is only the begin­ning.
By tak­ing charge of your par­ent­ing plan you do so much for your chil­dren.
They will grow more respon­si­ble, respect­ful, inde­pen­dent and suc­cess­ful.
It will work for you. I promise!