Don’t worry—this isn’t about wanting to quit being a parent. This lesson is one all parents deal with at one time or another—the issue of whether or not you should let your child quit something they are involved in.

Does letting them quit make them a failure? Are they running from responsibility? Does making them persevere make you a bad parent or is it damaging to your child’s self-confidence if they’re doing something they aren’t good at?
Follow the link to the video that will offer sound and Biblical advice for parenting your children though these situations.

Notice I said ‘these situations’ because there will be more than one. But don’t worry because I’m here to help you if you need it.

I hope this lesson will be helpful and that you will be able to take something from it that will help both you and your child feel better equipped to know when to stay and when to go.

I also want you to know how much I care about you and your family and that I am here for you.

Partnering With You,

Kim Constantino