Love and Logic is a philosophy of raising and teaching children which allows adults to be happier, more empowered, and more skilled in their interactions with children. Love allows children to grow through their mistakes. Logic allows children to live with the consequences of their choices. Love and Logic is a way of working with children that puts parents and teachers back in control, teaches children to be responsible, and prepares young people to live in the real world, with its many choices and consequences.
It's never too late or too early to take the Becoming a Love and Logic Parent® workshop. The class covers all aspects of parenting, from the early toddler years through the time when kids go out on their own. After taking this class, many parents report that they feel much more in control and calm when dealing with parenting issues. Naturally, the earlier you take this class, the earlier your children will be positively influenced by this parenting style. I have had grandparents who take care of their grandchildren on a regular basis take this class and report, "I wish this class were available when I was raising my kids."
One of the great things about children is that they learn from the most significant models in their lives, their parents. Parenting skills begin by the new parents thinking about the models of parenting that they saw as they were growing up and selecting for themselves what model they would like to follow. If both parent are using different models, the children has the benefit of comparing for themselves which they think worked best as they were growing up. Although it is helpful for both parents to take this class at the same time, it is not necessary. In fact, often a spouse signs up for the class following because they see the positive change in their partner's parenting style.
The world has changed significantly in just one generation. The influcence on our families from the internet and media is much more powerful today than it was a generation ago. People are busier now and our children are growing up much quicker than we would like.
Extended families tend to be more spread out today than they were a generation ago. A generation ago parents had more time to consult with other family members and trusted friends on ideas for parenting. This is more difficult today.
Parents today want to "be the best that they can be" for their children. If a person really enjoyed photography and wanted to be better at it, they would look for a class that is being offered on photography. Likewise, a parent who is good at parenting but wants to be better would find what they are looking for in Becoming a Love and Logic Parent®.