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Thursday, October 27, 2011

Paranoid Parenting: Why Ignoring the Experts May Be Best for Your Child

While exploring this site “Inquisition 21st Century ( http://www.inquisition21.com/ ) came across this suggested book.

We have encouraged many to “become advocates for themselves to protect and strengthen their family”. Suggested that “until the family is recognized as the most important resource we have, there will be no reform.” Told many that “the only leaders are themselves” Guided many by stating “You must know the statutes, policies for your state, particular to your concerns.”

Although this book, “Paranoid Parenting”, was published in 2002, it does support the thought that the “only experts are those closest to the children.”
Again, all comments and sharing of your concerns have been greatly appreciated. Issues of concern are not only Nationally, but worldwide,

Here is the latest post from “Inquisition 21st Century” A site one may want to explore:

The missing connection

Posted by: Editor on 10/10/2011 01:29 PM The missing connection is the great human drive that seeks erotic beauty. Our refusal to accept the reality of this drive contributes to the dissociation or lesion that divides our rational and instinctive states. It leads to today's moral panic about 'sex abuse', the crimen exceptum upon which the modern Inquisition or police state is based..

Paranoid Parenting: Why Ignoring the Experts May Be Best for Your Child

Book Description
September 28, 2002
Hardly a day goes by without parents being warned of a new threat to their children's well-being. Everything is dangerous: the crib, the babysitter, the school, the supermarket, the park. High-profile campaigns convince parents that their children's health, safety, and development are constantly at risk. Parents are criticized by one child-care expert after another, but even the experts can't agree on matters as simple as whether or not it is wise to sleep next to a child. Parents don't know whom to trust; the only clear message is that they can't trust themselves. Fresh and accessible, Paranoid Parenting suggests that parental anxieties themselves are the worst influence on children. Based on new sociological research as well as dozens of interviews with parents and experts throughout the United States, Canada, and Great Britain, this groundbreaking book will bolster parents' confidence in their own judgments and enable them to bring up confident, imaginative, and capable children.

May you find Strength in Your Higher Power,
Granpa Chuck
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