“The Most Important Thing That Parents Can Teach Their Children Is How To Get Along Without Them.” – Frank A. Clark

Parenting can be wonderful and rewarding, but it can also be difficult and unpleasant. Most parents experience moments (or months or years) of feeling flabbergasted. There’s a lot of information available as to what we “should” do to raise “good” kids. One of them is Taking Action!

Can you name at least three non-parent adults who are positive role models for your child?

Look around you and you will find such people. Let your child interact with such adults as these adults outside our families can be hidden treasures when it comes to helping us. Research shows that all family members can benefit from kids having these kinds of supportive relationships. You can help nurture them by introducing your children to people you like and respect and support positive relationships that develop naturally.

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