Fred G. Gosman quotes

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Teenagers who are never required to vacuum are living in one.
We have become unsure of the rules and unsure of our roles. Parenting, like brain surgery, is now all-consuming, fraught with anxi ...
Ignoring a child's disrespect is the surest guarantee that it will continue.
Finding the perfect balance is getting harder and harder. We need to teach our children to be cautious without imparting fear, to ...
A child who has never fantasized about having other parents is seriously lacking in imagination.
Our kids will develop a work ethic only if we require them to pay a portion of the cost of some of the things they want. They'll l ...
Simply because our times are complex, does it follow that our parenting must also be? Must we reject the common sense that what wo ...
If you are willing to inconvenience yourself in the name of discipline, the battle is half over. Leave Grandma's early if the chil ...
Men especially need to communicate. To tell people years after the fact that they were the priority is the coward's way. If men ca ...
Occasionally, remind children tactfully that the oven is the only self-cleaning appliance.
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