Girlfriends: Good Job! Who Needs Praise?

BY: pradm2n

debbieandsusanChief of Pray,  blog talks with her girlfriend, Debbie Winton, about her blog: Good Job! Who Needs Praise. Got kids, know a kid, were you ever once a kid? You’ll hear a provocative discussion about the pros and cons of praising young children and raising them too. Find out what others are doing to teach good values and how to live a praise-worthy life. This episode of Girlfriends will finish up with a prayer about continuity and appreciation for the Divine who created all: Pulse of the Generations by Pray Maker Abigail Wurdeman. Here’s a highlight:

 

“…we’re actually stealing our child’s pleasure, manipulating them, reducing their achievement and causing them to lose interest in their activities, with too much praise.” 

 


 

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