Nurture Shock: New Thinking About Children Revised

The Failure of Modern Parenting

  • Spouses express anger to each other two or three times as often and they show a moment of affection to each other. Children are witness to it often and are attuned to the quality of their parents’ relationship. Their emotional sense of well-being may be more affected by the relationship between the parents than the direct relationship between parent and child. Parents who pause mid-argument to take it away from the child may be doing more harm as the children don’t get to see the resolution.
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