A dad with a demanding job shouldn’t feel guilty about his child seeing him taking a needed nap. John Rosemond says that leads to an upside-down, inside-out and backwards parent-view that results in confusion when it comes to the question, “Who’s in charge here?”
A dad with a demanding job shouldn’t feel guilty about his child seeing him taking a needed nap. John Rosemond says that leads to an upside-down, inside-out and backwards parent-view that results in confusion when it comes to the question, “Who’s in charge here?” Christopher Robbins Getty Images
A dad with a demanding job shouldn’t feel guilty about his child seeing him taking a needed nap. John Rosemond says that leads to an upside-down, inside-out and backwards parent-view that results in confusion when it comes to the question, “Who’s in charge here?” Christopher Robbins Getty Images

Dealing with an upside-down, inside-out and backwards parent-view

June 20, 2017 08:21 AM