Mistakes parents make in raising their children How to avoid them. Or, how to lessen their impact, if made One unfortunate result of Freudianism is that some Catholics have overreacted to the Â³blame-the-parentsÂ² attitude it fostered. But the idea that parents can blight the lives of their children didnÂ¹t begin with Freud -- it began with God, who warned Moses: Â³I am the Lord thy God, mighty, jealous, visiting the iniquity of the fathers upon the children, unto the third and fourth generations.Â² Those sobering words provide the keynote for Fr. Charles Hugo DoyleÂ¹s arresting guide to Catholic parenting, now back in print after half a century.
Hardcover , 206 pages
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