A Practical Guide for Parents Teachers and Coaches

A Practical Guide for Parents Teachers and Coaches
Rapport Issue


Publication Date

January 28th 2021


Judy Bartkowiak

As a child of the 60s, I was encouraged to ask questions, challenge and express opinions. In that pre tech and TV age, family suppers used to last forever as hypothetical questions on political and social issues were batted back and forth and we were encouraged to be curious about people’s actions. I was brought up to believe that people were inherently good and when they erred, they needed help, not punishment. That was my parents’ parenting style too and the only punishment I ever received was a disappointed look from my mum when I played truant to go to a Jimi Hendrix concert in Hyde Park....

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