Thursday, April 1, 2010

Rules for rules

Here’s an NPR parenting story worth a listen: “The Rules About How Parents Should Make Rules.” The overarching premise is that rules designed for safety, health and basic morality work well, while rules that attempt to unnecessarily control kids can backfire – and that all rules applied in a gentle, non-authoritarian way, as choices between two or more alternatives that are acceptable to parents, are much more likely to be accepted and followed by children.

2 comments:

姿英姿英 said...

與人相處不妨多用眼睛說話,多用嘴巴思考,..................................................

Larry said...

Google translates the above as: Get along with others may wish to talk more with your eyes, think more with his mouth