Would you have your child suffer for life?

What parent has not on occasion raised their voice to their child in an attempt to get a point across? While it may not be an effective way to address a situation, it is also not child abuse. It is just poor communication. However, there are many – far too many – parents who do nothing but yell at their children and in the process utter vile words that pierce the heart and psyche of the child. This is child abuse.

It is time to change the way we communicate with our children and embrace a form of communication that produces children who are well balanced and ready to function in society as adults who can express themselves …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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