If a parent were to reword his or her complaint about a child’s misbehavior, perhaps the parent would discover a better way to teach the child how not to misbehave. Listen to this episode to find out why Dr. Suzuki wrote: “Adults, not the children, are to blame.”
This episode is part of the “Reflections” series of podcast episodes, which are short, minutes long reflections about a quote or other thought from Dr. Shinichi Suzuki’s philosophy or writing. The purpose of these reflections is to give parents and teachers a chance to spend a few minutes thinking about how great the impact might be on the world and our children with merely a slight moment of reflection about a behavior, thought, or attitude.
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—– Paula —–
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