The Role of the Parent: What's Important to Your Child?

John Croyle all by John Croyle

Founder Big Oak Ranch
all specialtopics | parental issues

Do you believe it's important to your child to win the game? Probably. But, have you asked? Maybe there are more important things - like enjoying playing. It's the parent's job to ask what's important...and to listen to the answer.

The Role of the Parent: What's Important to Your Child?

Do you believe it's important to your child to win the game? Probably. But, have you asked? Maybe there are more important things - like enjoying playing. It's the parent's job to ask what's important...and to listen to the answer.