Discovering Identity Moving from "Who Am I?" to "Whose Am I?"

"My father gave me the greatest gift anyone could give another person: he believed in me." ~ Jim Valvano

As the link to their children's past, and the foundation for their future, parents are the best and truest source of identity for a child. Parents can nurture a "face-to-face" relationship in which their children are increasingly known and unconditionally loved. This is the strong foundation for their children's further discovery of identity..



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