Respecting Parental Authority | Teaching Self-Government

Respecting Parental Authority

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Training a horse is much like training a child. Treat a horse as if it were your friend, they become overly confident and take control, leaving you at your wit's end as you try to regain control of them. It is the same with children. If the parental authority in the home is not respected or observed, children become bold, manipulative, full of rage, and entitled.