In The Loop with Andy Andrews, hosted by The Robert D.
On this week’s episode, I talk about the standards that parents set for their kids.
I pay a lot of attention to parenting because I’ve come to believe that is the tipping point for our country. In my new book, The Noticer Returns, Jones covers the concept of parenting standards.
Jones asked us, “What is the gold standard that parents agree on for raising kids today?”
- We stumbled around and tried to think about that.
- There are two opposite ends of the parenting spectrum, and most people fall somewhere in the middle.
- We realized that there is no standard for parenting because every parent has a different perspective on how to raise their children.
If a parent could have proof that a certain way was the best, and that it would benefit the child and the parents, then that will become the standard.
Jones asked, “What is your style of parenting?” and someone answered, “We are doing the best we can.”
- Is doing the best you can a standard?
- No, because the best you can do varies from day to day.
You can purchase Kindle editions of The Traveler’s Gift ($0.99) and The Noticer ($2.99) on Amazon.com right now, and you will receive a free chapter from The Noticer Returns.
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