This episode is the first in a series of episodes that will discuss the book How to Raise an Adult (Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success) by Julie Lythcott-Haims, an award-winning former dean of freshmen and undergraduate advising at Stanford University.
I have observed student and parent behaviors change over the past decade and longer, and this book helped me to understand what I observed in a different light. I will share the points made in the book as well as relate it to the Suzuki music lesson situation in the music studio.
I mentioned a few resources in the podcast episode. Here are links to those items.
This is the book I referred to in the podcast.
I also mentioned a blog article and a podcast episode that relate to this current podcast episode:
Life Lessons From the Chicken Coop (blog article)
What Kind of Parent Are You? (discussion about parenting styles) (podcast)
Please note that the link to the book is an affiliate link, which means that there is no additional cost to you, but if you use the link provided, you will be providing a small benefit to help the production of the Teach Suzuki Podcast and blog.
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Until next time,
—– Paula —–
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