When parents are far apart in their values and perceptions of their children, the kid loses out.
She has no one to contain and integrate her internal divisions.
Consider the following dialogue: Dad: “You’re letting our daughter do anything she wants.” Mom: “You’re too strict with her.” Dad: “She needs more discipline and structure.” Mom: “She needs more love and encouragement.” Dad: “She’s becoming irresponsible and out of control.” Mom: “She’s becoming insecure and afraid.” And you thought kid and teenagers had conflicts!
This conversation illustrates a primary problem that results when parents can’t agree on how to parent.
Since 1982 many new epigraphic monuments have been discovered, in my opinion more than hundred, mostly in the Zadar area (due to Nedo Grbin), and especially important are those discovered in the Dubrovnik area, dating from 11th century.
Here one also has to take into account that significant number of Croatian Glagolitic monuments, books and manuscripts has been destroyed during the Turkish occupation, especially in Bosnia and Herzegovina, the region of Lika and in the Zadar area.
Henry Cloud and John Townsend have written a marvelous book called Boundaries in Marriage.
They define a boundary simply as “a property line” between one person and another.
Simply put, a boundary is a limit or space between you and the other person; a clear place where you begin and the other person ends. You are the gate keeper and get to decide who you let in and who you keep out, who you let into the whole back yard, or who you let just inside the gate.You may still be keeping a distance, but you are giving them a chance to prove their trustworthiness both physically and emotionally.The purpose of setting a healthy boundary is, of course, to protect and take good care of you. carved in stone or chiselled on walls or other surfaces) Croatian Glagolitic monuments only can be found in Istria.This 1982 monograph provides a list of about 500 such items, with numerous subitems.