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Bob Goff, the best-selling author of Love Does, has not lived a typical life and chose to not be a typical parent. Instead, he chose to be intentionally engaged with his children and their individual adventures.
Give older middle schoolers what they need, not necessarily what they think they want.
One family made an intentional choice about how they would respond to their adult daughter’s wild and immature behavior.
Don’t get caught in bubble parenting! Give your kids the freedom to fight and fail and find their way through life.
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