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(6) Parents & Kids

“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle, or the mirror that reflects it.”  

- Edith Wharton 

How Do Great Parents and Excellent Teachers Inspire Cooperation in children and kids?

Children and Parents

Co-operation Is a Two-Way Street

Together we can be wiser than any of us can be alone. We need to know how to tap that wisdom.

—Tom Atlee

It turns out that many parents, instead of thinking of co-operation as a two-way working relationship with their kids, think of it as a one-way street where kids do what parents want them to do.


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(7) Parents & Kids

Improving Cooperation Between the Child and Parents


Explore for Yourself

How might you be leaving out the co-in your household operations? If you are leaving the co-out of your operations, what are the consequences of your actions?



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(8) Parents & Kids

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Co-operation Is Using Power With Your Kids

The soul empties itself of all its own contents in order to receive the being it is looking at, just as he is, in all his truth.

Simone Weil

Consider that at every moment your interactions with your children are based on either exercising power over them or exercising power with them. You may be quite familiar with both kinds of interactions; very likely, one of these is predominant in your family life. Which is it?


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(9) Parents & Kids


 Respect Is a Way of Seeing

Parenting takes place in a dynamic exchange among all members of a family. By living authentically in relation to one another, there is a sense of aliveness and joy that we do not have when we aim to teach, preach, or get others to do what we want.

Joseph Chilton Pearce

The good news is that willing co-operation between you and your child is not only possible, it is a natural consequence of a relationship where there is mutual respect. Respect, like co-operation, is often misunderstood and used in a variety of ways. What do you mean when you say you want more respect from your children? Do you want them to be more willing to listen and learn from you? Do you want more understanding for your own circumstances and needs? Is it fewer arguments you want? Would you like your kids to see that your point of view is right? Do you mean you want admiration and high regard from your children? Or, do you want them to do what you say, no questions asked? Perhaps you mean all of the above. With so many different ways of understanding respect, is it any wonder that it is so difficult to ask for and get it? For most parents respect is a catch-all word that implies many thoughts, feelings, and needs.


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(10) Parents & Kids

Become a UNICEF Global Parent and help children around the world

Self-Respect: Parents Have Needs Too

When we begin to know ourselves in an open and self-supportive way, we take the first step in the process that encourages our children to know themselves.

-Daniel J. Siegel


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