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Dr. Cathy Reimers, Ph.D., psychologist in New Jersey, and co-host Jennifer Russello, parent in New Jersey, continue the tough discussion on predators looking to exploit and sexually abuse our children, specifically predators in the child’s own family committing “incest”. On our last show, we talked about the recent horrendous reports of children being abused and exploited by those in authority; teachers, coaches, priests, Scout leaders, even police officers. Today we are going to talk about how more than half of all children who are sexually abused are abused by a parent or other relative. Incest, or “familial abuse” is occurring at an increasingly shocking rate more than most people could imagine. Families have become experts at keeping such secrets. Join us to discuss how to recognize the signs of incest, how to protect our children, and how to help those who have been abused come forward. A predator may be living in your home and it’s time that you know.
This show will discuss the important principles of parenting - a parenting standard: The Household DNA Parenting Pyramid...Creating Strong Families
Included in our discussion:
The Questioning Parent..
The Default Parent...
Parenting out of Guilt...
The Lazy Parent...
The effects of poor parenting skills and their correlation to sociopathic behavior have been routinely studied. Unfortunately, the cliché of society’s inability or reluctance to regulate parenting suggests inadequate parenting as a style embedded in traditional practices instead of insufficient standards. Parenting has a standard, and its seven principles, individually, have proven to offset and prevent illicit actions.
The development of the Parenting Standard:
* criteria -seven principles: Agape love, peace, protection, provision, bless and edify,
wisdom and guidance.
* presentation - pyramid (reflects strongest geometric shape, the triangle)
* design - major elements of structural design : Foundation, Backbone and
The Household DNA Parenting Pyramid is a system. No one principle (like DNA nucleotides) is to be deliberated in isolation.
If there was a tagline, it would read:
Phyllis Austin’s Household DNA Parenting Pyramid
Creating Strong Families
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