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Un-abling

Un-abling

Un-abling It is not helping my child if I do things for him that he can (and should) do for himself. Instead, by diminishing expectations, I diminish his capabilities. I am un-abling. Un-abling means that I am helping to make the son I am “helping” unable to manage his task–or his life–on his own. ItRead more about Un-abling[…]