The Psychology Of Resisting Control & Parenting Tips, Dr. John Breeding

The Psychology Of Resisting Control & Parenting Tips, Dr. John Breeding
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The Psychology Of Resisting Control & Parenting Tips, Dr. John Breeding

In this video Dr. Breeding discusses the psychology of control in relation to children.

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15 Replies to “The Psychology Of Resisting Control & Parenting Tips, Dr. John Breeding”

  1. This really helped . I am really grateful to get to listen to talks like these especially now that I am a teenager Thank you John .

  2. Recall and hold the image of a child or adolescent as a self willed, autonomous, self organizing young adult.

  3. Democrats and Socialist love to  control people. Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton are running on it. More bigger government and more government control over the society and individual is what they want. The left truly are controlling oppressors when you look at the big picture.

  4. Only one complaint … considering the topic, I would have loved to see a little diversity in the thumbnail photo.

  5. John, I deeply appreciate your videos. Do you do any talks about how to treat a spirited kid like I was, who injured a kid in a rock-throwing fight – age 6 or 7 – my throw connected, the kid had 8 stitches (thankfully no worse), and I got the worst beating of my life from my father, who had to bring the kid to his parents and say his son did it. Of course I was traumatized – but how should the father deal with it?

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