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July 12, 2006

What Gary Ezzo Says About. . .

At times, those who raise concerns about Ezzo parenting are told "Well, you just don't understand what Gary Ezzo is saying. . ."

So let's go to the source.

I encourage you to click on the links below to see what Gary Ezzo REALLY says.


What Ezzo Says About Me. . .

What Ezzo Says About My Kids. . .

What Ezzo Says About Babies and Toddlers. . .

What Ezzo Says About Punishment. . .


Thoughts? Comments?





This post is part of the Ezzo Week 2006 series, raising awareness about the concerns with "philosophy" of parenting promoted by Gary Ezzo.





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I just read those, and like before when I've read the "Ezzo way" I can't help but get the impression that it's like a routine for raising robots. It seems like the goal is raising good kids, but it just leaves this odd impression with me that the kids are treated more like furniture, than people. Maybe I'm wrong there, it's just the impression.

I wonder if there are any testimonies from kids who are now grown, that have been raised this way? Good, bad, indifferent?? I'd like to read those if you have a link handy?

SDG,
Carla Rofle

Posted by: Carla Rolfe at July 13, 2006 12:58 PM

"I wonder if there are any testimonies from kids who are now grown, that have been raised this way? Good, bad, indifferent?? I'd like to read those if you have a link handy?"

Good question, Carla. There should definitely be some children who are of age to write about it. However, depending upon where they are in life may influence how they perceive those years. I know for me, it's only been in my 30s that I've been able to objectively say, "Hey, some of the things my Mom and Dad did weren't good. Some were even harmful." (Overall, though, they did communicate love and acceptance to me--and that was the prevailing message of my childhood, in spite of any failings. . .)

Posted by: TulipGirl at July 14, 2006 03:38 PM


 
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