There are two problems with this. The first is the premise that Kohn bases his whole argument on - namely that if you set any kind of limits then your kid will think you don't love them. Which I personally think is rubbish. On the contrary, kids seem to prefer having boundaries and respect adults who are authoritative. Think back to the weak teacher at school who couldn't control the class. You didn't like or respect him - you despised him.
The second problem is the fact that reason doesn't actually have any effect on kids behaviour. Reason might work on some kids, the ones who naturally want to please, but for most kids (and a fair few adults) I suspect it doesn't. Just knowing… Read more
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