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Power for Her (and for Him) Discussions (9)

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STEP NINE - "But everyone else is doing it!"

Parents set limits and children want to push past those limits. The parents might choose limits appropriate to the circumstances, or limit…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

1 Apr 15
Reply by Chris

STEP EIGHT

My brother at seven heard me promise to give him the coins in a year. At eight he did what eight-and-nine-year-olds do, he insisted that I…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

4 Apr 13
Reply by Tom Sarbeck

Growing Power -- STEP ONE

(Read this step and if you like go to Step Two.) A dictionary I once used defined power as the ability to produce or prevent a result. The…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

1 Apr 3
Reply by Tom Sarbeck

STEP SEVEN, in which my baby brother made all of these steps possible.

I was 21 and didn't know the depths to which a seven-year-old brother would go. I came home from the Navy with a jar of coins from the cou…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

2 Mar 29
Reply by Tom Sarbeck

STEP FIVE

A four-year-old boy who lived in the next house watched each day as I built a kayak in my back yard. One day, as seriously as he could be,…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

2 Mar 28
Reply by Tom Sarbeck

STEP SIX (To see the early steps click the 'View All' below.)

By about eight, children are making agreements on what they will or won't allow in their activities and relationships.

Started by Tom Sarbeck

0 Mar 21

STEP FOUR

Says a five year old one day, "I want to zip up my own coat!" or "I want to tie my own shoes!" Surprised, a parent might say, "I never exp…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

0 Mar 20

STEP THREE

Kids are doing the stuff of Steps One and Two, using their right to ask for what they want and their right to refuse to do some of what oth…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

0 Mar 19

STEP TWO

Ok, like other graduates of Step One, you regularly ask for what you want. This step is called The Terrible Twos but kids might start sayi…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

0 Mar 18

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