John Rosemond says children are, by nature, rebellious. That nature compromises their mental, emotional and social health. It is in their best interest that they become obedient and be exposed to their parents’ values.
John Rosemond says children are, by nature, rebellious. That nature compromises their mental, emotional and social health. It is in their best interest that they become obedient and be exposed to their parents’ values. George Rudy Getty Images/iStockphoto
John Rosemond says children are, by nature, rebellious. That nature compromises their mental, emotional and social health. It is in their best interest that they become obedient and be exposed to their parents’ values. George Rudy Getty Images/iStockphoto

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