Joyce Fetteroll responded:
Only when it's mixed in with traditional parenting, school, disconnection.
In unschooling families it's simple: we help our kids explore what interests them in ways that are safe. And the side effects are that they find being loved and trusted and accepted for who they are is a whole lot more attractive than hatefulness and meanness. When their lives are full to overflowing with love, they don't need violence to get something they're lacking. All they need is to ask and they have a parent who will help them get it.
It's really that simple! Not complex at all.
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