Summertime has arrived and with it are opportunities to have fun with your children. Having fun with your kids is an important part of being a parent. Ever notice that a good salesperson will always spend time developing a positive relationship with you before she tries to sell you anything? She knows that half the job of effectively influencing someone is first developing a relationship. Once the person has been “won over,” the sale is much easier to make. (Can you imagine a salesperson being autocratic and demanding a sale? “You’ll buy this because I’m the salesperson and I said so!”)
If you’ve spoken with someone who has taken a parenting class, you’ve probably heard them say how much they learned and what a difference it’s made in their family’s lives. People tend to be very positive when it comes to parenting courses but it’s not all buckets of gold on the other side of that rainbow. With the good comes the bad, so I’m here to tell you five reasons why you shouldn’t take a parenting course.