>They often ask for art classes, science classes, museum visits, etc. and,
>as parents, we facilitate those requests. There is NO coersion on our part
>- academically or socially - in fact quite the opposite.
What do you mean by the opposite of coercion?
>The one aspect of development that we do enforce - so to speak- is the
>responsibility to deal with emotional issues and conflicts openly and
If you are enforcing it, the responsibility is yours rather than theirs.
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