Busybodies are eager to tell parents how to raise their kids, writes Paula Bolyard on PJ Media. Ignore the “experts,” she recommends. Parents know best.
She quotes Dr. Ray Guarendi, clinical psychologist and father of ten, who says children don’t need perfect parents: “Kids are emotionally durable. The good Lord knew that children were going to be raised by humans, with all of our shortcomings, inconsistencies and flaws. So he built them to withstand us, and all the trial and erroring we do on our way to better parenting.”