Today the phones went nuts over the Daily Dilemma. We had a great question from a listener who needed to know how to handle an ex-husband who is not a good father. She wasn't sure if she should continue to put on a happy face and sugar coat the situation when he let his daughter down, or go ahead and just tell her daughter that he just isn't as good of a father as she wished he was.
I love to drive American cars. I always have and always will. The quality has been getting even better at GM and Ford especially the last few years. My last 2 cars have been Pontiacs and I have owned 4 in my life.
I'm all for letting your kid be "all that they can be". And it's not a bad thing to challenge them. In high school. In Junior High School. But expecting them to be Ivy League candidates in KINDERGARTEN? This one lady is so convinced that she's suing the school for ruining the kid's chances!
This cracked me up, because it is SO true! Well, maybe not if you are a younger parent, but as a father in his latter 40's (very latter--I'm 57), you show your "uncoolness" very quickly when you send text messages
"Boys will be boys." "Hey, school is tough. " "Let them fight it out, they will work it out." These are the kind of things you hear when you are talking about bullies in school. Even the word "bully" itself makes the act seem less than what it is.
There's nothing I can think of as important in a parent's life as the babysitter. Finding a good childcare specialist is crucial to a parents mental stability. That's why when I read this story, it just made me shake my head.
This will get some watercooler talk going today! I'm sure we'll be fighting it out on the morning show at some point as well. According to the Wall Street Journal, there's at least one Chinese mother who feels that their country is MUCH better at raising successful kids. How? By not taking any ....crap! I guess that's the best way to summarize this article. This is a MUST read.
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