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Wednesday, November 22, 2006

Tony's Parental Wisdom 307a

Tip #307a: When your child does something that angers you, ask yourself if you are upset at your child for what he/she actually did, or if you are upset because of how others might perceive you as a parent. Be sure to honestly answer this question before you discipline your child.

TTFN
-Tony

4 comments:

B. Wood said...

mmm oh so! Wise words grasshopper! (Or whoever is the boss of grasshopper.)

V.K. said...

it be a truism for shore...good observation there, T.

I wanna read 1-306z now!

Rayne said...

I hardly ever get angry at my girls, but when I do it's usually because they repeat mistaks that they should have learned from. It's more frustration than anger. I have never really given a thought to what other people think of my parenting skills or lack of them.

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