Lesson 9: Handling a Rebellious Child
The second primary human need is for life to be meaningful and fun.
All of us want our lives to count for something. We want to engage in activities that we judge to be meaningful–that touch our lives and the lives of others in a manner that makes a difference. And, along the way, we want to experience moments of recreation, good humor, and fun. Unfortunately, for many students, school is one of the last places where those expectations are met.
The main complaint that older kids lodge against school is that is “boring.” For younger children, the complaint is often that the activities “aren’t fun.”
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