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Should We Hold Parents Responsible?

Should We Hold Parents Responsible?

Update: 2022-01-12


Are parents responsible for the actions of their children? When is the parent no longer accountable? In this episode of the logic and life coaching podcast, Dr. Jacob Kashiwagi does a deep dive into his theory on no influence in terms of parental responsibility. Maybe parents shouldn't give themselves all the credit for how their kids turn out.


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Should We Hold Parents Responsible?

Should We Hold Parents Responsible?

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