Offer freedom with boundaries

“Kids need freedom within boundaries. It is like a tunnel. The edges are solid and you give them freedom to bounce around a bit within those walls as they move ahead.” – Danny Hill, entrepreneur

  • By giving your child small amounts of freedom they learn valuable decision making skills
  • They will make mistakes, but they will also learn from those mistakes
  • And yet boundaries are still important, to keep your child safe and protected. It is a delicate balance

Teens and Respect.

Here are a few tools you might use to promote mutual respect and ensure your teenager knows they are respected.


Teamwork in parenting

Discuss and agree with your partner your approach to parenting, and support each other in developing and then adhering to this framework as your children grow.