In John Rosemond’s latest book, “Grandma Was Right After All!,” he takes the top 25 parenting sayings of his youth and explains what they really meant. He says these phrases have been distorted and demonized by the mental health community as psychologically harmful, which is balderdash, given that child mental health is10 times worse today than it was in the 1950s, when their usage was commonplace.
In John Rosemond’s latest book, “Grandma Was Right After All!,” he takes the top 25 parenting sayings of his youth and explains what they really meant. He says these phrases have been distorted and demonized by the mental health community as psychologically harmful, which is balderdash, given that child mental health is10 times worse today than it was in the 1950s, when their usage was commonplace. Photo provided
In John Rosemond’s latest book, “Grandma Was Right After All!,” he takes the top 25 parenting sayings of his youth and explains what they really meant. He says these phrases have been distorted and demonized by the mental health community as psychologically harmful, which is balderdash, given that child mental health is10 times worse today than it was in the 1950s, when their usage was commonplace. Photo provided

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