Parenting has always been difficult and that very tough job keeps getting tougher. Taking charge of children is easy to pontificate about, but it can be a stressful and frustrating proposition. I promise you it is not only worth the effort in the long run, but essential — because in fact — “Kids Are Our Future!”
P.S. Something to ponder: (1) What does it mean when National Football League players exhibit bad behavior in a post game TV interview and then skyrocket in popularity and commercial endorsements? (2) Why does Justin Bieber gain more national notoriety and popularity after exhibiting bad behavior? (3) How often does good behavior receive the same publicity? (4) What can we learn from the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman?
Robert J. Klitzman, Ed.D., is a former superintendent of Eastern Pulaski Community Schools. He can be reached through the newspaper at firstname.lastname@example.org