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Parenting Skills: When Doing Your Best Isn't Enough?

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Special guest, COGNTIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPIST, MARILYN ODUENYI and special guest co-host, DR. TIFFANY R. KING (psychology) drop by to give their thoughts on REARING CHILDREN and on how various historical traumas have had a long-lasting impact on how BLACK PARENTS raise children. CHILDREN ARE TO BE SEEN NOT HEARD is the old saying many AFRICAN AMERICANS grew up on, or whenever their parents failed to provide physically, mentally, or emotionally they were told their parents did the best they could. How many children now turned adults were forced to accept behavior from their parents that potentially stunted their own growth throughout ADULTHOOD or worse negatively impacted the way they raised their own children?  What is the correct balance between DISCIPLINE and allowing a child to have a voice within the parent child relationship?  MENTAL DIALOGUE asking the questions America's afraid to ask. ALL I ASK IS THAT YOU THINK

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