Originally Posted by monkey's mom
Can you explain where you got that from his work?
I didn't get that at all.....but, admittedly, it's been a while since I've read his books.
I will. But, it's 1am,...
I would think that if you follow the philosophy set out in Unconditional Parenting you would indeed think behaviourist stuff was not the best course of action in raising children. I think at times a lot of us with...
Originally Posted by mammal_mama
And, again, I don't hear anyone saying that if we ever slip up and do behaviorist stuff, that means we don't care about our connection with our children, or don't care about their...
Originally Posted by nextcommercial
Don't you just wish they wouldn't make every-flippin-thing an issue?
Just once, can we have fun, and end the day without a single meltdown?
And, YES, We all have those...
Ack...this thread grew so long, so fast!
I haven't had a chance to respond, as I was too busy putting my son in the naughty spot, today.... Just a joke.
Anyway, I'm not going to comment on the "natural vs unnatural"...
I'm a bit boogled over the notion that there is no 'attachment/relationship' among parents and children whose parents use other-than-Kohn-endorsed methods of communicating.
And, maybe there is something to be said about parents who...
Originally Posted by sojourn
We didn't always have a life w/drugs. Many can live w/out them. Find that balance, if you can. You should make a good amount of natural things in your body to keep you happy...
Originally Posted by alegna
I will warn- at that age when I tried to limit it made things worse.
She really wasn't ready for substantial limits until after 3.
That's your child. Other...