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A Throwback from the Past

We all need to teach the next generation values. If we don’t as parents, who will? That is a significant question we all face these days, as who knows what deviance the education system exposes our children. Do we know if the places they spend most of their days teach the very values we as parents hold dear?

In this episode, I explore a practical parenting approach that teaches accountability to children based upon the values You Hold Dear. Engage the Mythic Masculine, or for that nature, the Mythic Parent within, and see how your children respond.

With love and blessings. May your journey be ripe with rewards as you learn to advance confidently in the direction of your dreams.

4 comments on “Practical Parenting and Teaching Accountability 

  1. ponzoblogs – netherlands – Proud owner of
    ponzoblogs says:

    Sadly because covid I can’t do my hobby 😦

    1. Dr. Thomas Maples – Stockton, California – Dr. Thomas Maples, Ph.D. is a licensed psychotherapist, author, and the founder of The Stockton Therapy Network. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, he has helped many people resolve interpersonal conflict, heal from the emotional distress, and overcome mental health problems such as depression, anxiety, and issues that result from personality disorders. He also specializes in helping couples resolve interpersonal problems, marital discord, and parent / child relationship conflicts by helping his clients identify the sources of relationship conflict, find areas of growth they can agree to engage, and setting a plan to enact those changes to assure relational growth. As a researcher and writer, Dr. Maples focuses on developmental, analytical, and psychoanalytic methods of psychology. Through his writings, Dr. Tom has helped countless people understand, plan, and implement effective paths to reach optimal psychological, spiritual, and physiological development. "Advance Confidently in the Direction of Your Dreams."
      Dr. Thomas Maples says:

      I think we were all in that boat, unless the hobby was in the home. What I found, was doing modifications of the hobby. I loved irking out, but when the gyms closed, I had to find alternatives. I bought a home elliptical and began cleaning cross training. While I love going to the gym again, this was enough to pull me through the hurdle. Thank you for stopping by and for the comment.

      1. ponzoblogs – netherlands – Proud owner of
        ponzoblogs says:

        You can read all about my hobby in my latest blogpost

  2. indianeskitchen – I love family, cooking, crafts, animals, nature and working with mentally and physically challenged adults.
    indianeskitchen says:

    Enjoyed your podcast! Everyone eating at the same table has always been important to me when my kids were growing up.

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