This week on License to Parent, Trace Embry and Rich Roszel talk about the differences between this generation and those that came before it. Chiming in on the conversation is psychologist John Rosemond, who brings with him over 40 years of parenting experience, from raising his own two adult children to counseling parents and families. John is a syndicated columnist, conference speaker, radio talk show host, and author. His latest book, entitled Grandma Was Right After All, chronicles a dramatic shift in American parenting philosophy during the rise of the most recent generation or two.
Today’s topics include:
- The mindsets behind old parenting adages
- The “Psychological Parenting Revolution”
- Christian psychology and the “social Gospel”
- Necessary boundaries between parent and child
- A counter-argument to the assumption that “old-fashioned parenting” is outdated and inadequate for the modern era
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