There’s A Middle Ground When Disciplining A Child, American Parents Need to Find it

In my mother’s house, discipline meant to control, as it did for most parents at the time. Discipline was physical and intense, a one size fits all program, administered at a whims notice. The suspense of not knowing when or how discipline would be administered and for what reason exactly made for the perfect anxiety-ridden atmosphere. What made it…

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