by Michael Neill. March 27th, 2012

The difficult thing about parenting, or so it has always seemed to me, is that the gap between cause (our words and actions as parents) and effect (our children’s behavior) can be so long that it seems impossible to learn directly from the feedback of the system.

For example, if we yell at our young children about something that they stop doing it, did yelling “work”?

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