Friday, December 3, 2010

Fatherhood: When To Start Teaching Life Lessons?

Being a father begins long before a baby is ever born and ends long after the patriarch takes his last breath. With that written, there is a point in a youngsters life where he or she is mature enough to receive those next level life lessons. You know, the lessons about how to take care of yourself. The Momma and Daddy are not going to be around forever and its time to take more responsibility for your own success  kinda lessons.

While I imagine every family is different and their approach to teaching important things varies as well, I  wanted to spend a few minutes reflecting on my own parenting experience. In this Cinch, I talk about my son, his lack of interest in my instructions, and where we go from here. Hopefully, you enjoy the clip and are open about sharing your own story in the comment section below.

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