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Jtube: Big Daddy

Jtube: Big Daddy

Should parents be disciplinarians or friends?

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Published: October 6, 2007


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Visitor Comments: 22

(22) Ruben, July 30, 2008 6:15 PM

evaluate each step in life

I think we can find a midle point.
whit the time you let him decide things by himself... depends haw mature he is....simple like that.

(21) Anonymous, May 13, 2008 6:21 PM

What a horrible way to live your life, no guidance, no one mature to go to...i want to see how a kid like this turns out.

(20) Chaya Levine, November 13, 2007 6:42 PM

responsibility

My child's job is to be a child, mine is to be a parent. When either role is reversed the responsibility of that person has not been fulfilled and damage is the result.

(19) Michael, October 12, 2007 4:26 AM

Bad friends

Which thirty year old chooses a 5yr old who plays with dolls, thinks going out to Macs for french fries is a dinner engagement,the Wiggles(sorry I'm from Oz) is sharing musical appreciation and the last chapter of "Doggy meets Pussy'is a shared literature experience, as a friend. The kids wouldn't choose you as a friend, they accept you as their parent. Learn to be a parent- somewhere; but not from a five year old, no matter how cool they or you are. If you want them to be your friend, maybe you should grow up.

(18) auda, October 11, 2007 5:28 PM

teach and lead

Above all we lead,we teach,we correct,we lead,we teach,we correct and we ALLOW life to happen. Love comes from hope and support and a teaching of a right path. Every human being, even a child wants to be well in mind and soul. Teach, lead and correct and your children will come to be loving Jewish souls that find favor in the fact that we live to create
G-d's will..and eventually it will be taught and learned to their OWN children.

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