There is no substitute for the special relationship between a parent and a child. There are times when we would like to believe there is. When we choose to put a child in day care, for example, we want to believe it’s good, and so we do. If someone seems to have a positive attitude and a caring disposition, we easily believe they have both the character and the competence to help raise our child. But that which we desire most earnestly, we believe most easily. This is all part of the rationalization process. The reality is that most day care is inadequate. To paraphrase child development expert Urie Bronfenbrenner, “You can’t pay someone to do for a child what a parent will do for free.” Even excellent child care can never do what a good parent can do. - Stephen R Covey's 7 Habits of Highly Effective Families.Monologue...
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