Blog CV

Blog CV

The Case for NAP Parenting

Download the one-page .pdf here We all have principles that guide our decisions.      A principle usually defines what someone won’t do, like “I won’t shop there because they don’t pay their employees well” or “I won’t go on another date with that guy ...
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Whose “Principles” are We Talking About?

Aren’t ethics ultimately subjective? Are we just picking the principles that we like? Shouldn’t we encourage individuals to find their own relative truth and ethics? Ethics, or moral principles, are those principles concerned with Right and Wrong behavior. Many people assume that what’s right for ...
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Parent Effectiveness Training (P.E.T.) By Dr. Thomas Gordon

Shortly after I became a parent, I realized that a lot of my so-called “parental instinct” was in fact a mish-mash of idealism, imports from my education degree, common sense, reactions to how my parents treated me, and even some magazine psychology. Yet after reading ...
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