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By: Dalia

Wed, 09 Jun 2010 00:59:44 +0000

You are so right! And, I love the example you give about your son. What better example. It is so true that we must stick to our guns as parents. Otherwise, they will know that we don't mean business and will definitely take advantage.



By: Andy

Wed, 24 Feb 2010 03:47:50 +0000

There's a great article in USAToday about the importance of being an active parent. http://growingupwell.org/2010/02/09/active-parenting-works-best/



By: Susan Putman

Thu, 18 Feb 2010 23:39:12 +0000

Holding sensible firm boundarys when they were younger is what won you the respect that keeps your sons following your rules now I suspect. Once they believe your truth, in that you will do what you say, you have room to work out sensible guidelines together. A B average is a sensible one and worked well for my kids. Keep on keepin on.



By: Keith Wilcox

Wed, 17 Feb 2010 15:03:00 +0000

My boys are only 7 and 5 so driving is still a ways in the future. But, I totally get what you're saying. Waffling on decision making only leads your kids to learn how to work the system, not perform to standards. The drivers permit B average rule you have in place is a good one. And, it seems your son respects in enough to play by your rules. That, of course, is the best part.