In this chapter Gary Ezzo explains how young children are often allowed too many choices. He then argues that a parent MUST make the choices for a child. And the child must learn to accept their parents decisions.
I can barely think of any life changes without experiencing anxiety. The type that shoves on your chest, twists your gut, and makes your heart race. Anything that would potentially introduce more unknowns. Part of me knows that I’ve let this shackle me to the life I live now and wants to try something newContinue reading “Choices”