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Daily Insights

Daily Insights are insightful truths about reality that empower us to transform our way of thinking.

They are often challenging, and give us the coaching and courage to behave in a way we might never have thought of. They’re great to dwell on and remind ourselves of throughout the day.

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Childhood resentments

Childhood resentments form at a subconscious level, and so continue to affect their attitudes in later adult life, until a skilled helper draws them out.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Parenting Children Insights (PC 24)

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The mistaken belief

The mistaken belief that some children can never succeed, is an evil belief indeed. When a child fails, methods of teaching have already failed the child.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Parenting Children Insights (PC 23)

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The children who learn in order to avoid humiliation

The children who learn in order to avoid humiliation, soon quit learning. Learning ‘for the fun of it’ is self-perpetuating.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Parenting Children Insights (PC 22)

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Be sure to discover the limitations of your responsibilities

Be sure to discover the limitations of your responsibilities for your children’s choices as they grow older, or they will never accept responsibility for themselves, or their attitudes.

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Parenting Children Insights (PC 21)

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Of course you love your child

Of course you love your child, but do they perceive it? Can they feel your belief in them?

© Copyright D. Riddell, 2012
Book Reference: Parenting Children Insights (PC 20)

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