Most of us want to raise caring and self-confident children, but does telling your children they're special too often and pouring on the praise mean you'll raise a narcissistic brat?
I discussed this very question recently at a book reading in Boston, and I chose a personally important passage from my book to open the discussion. It's the story of an event that happened to me almost daily: like clockwork, my twin girls would race up and greet me at the door when I got home, except one day, something new happened: one of my daughters decided not to give me her usual hug and kiss. That moment became a powerful metaphor.
Here's the video where I tell you the story.
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