Why do you think your kids have become out of control? Is it because you feel too guilty to discipline them? Think you're just not good at this aspect of parenting? Suffer from a lack of positive role models? Unfortunately, things probably won't improve much until you decide to step up and take your place as an authority in your kids' lives. So the first step toward getting your kids' behavior under control is to give yourself permission to parent. Put aside any concerns about being "the bad guy" and remember that children need parents to set and maintain a clear set of expectations. Decide right now how you want your kids to behave. What basic expectations do you have for their behavior? These should be hard-and-fast rules that do not change, regardless of location, season, or time of day. For example, you might expect your kids to treat others -- including you -- with respect at all times. You might also expect your kids to clean up after themselves and participate in family chores
Many parents intuitively take a reading at the moment of birth and even before through dreams or visions, and receive a prescient knowing of the child soon to be born. The child comes to us with her own birth chart, her particular life plan, which many believe is determined prior to birth.
How can we challenge the child to bring out the positive Sun sign potential, but, at the same time, teach her to know clearly when she crosses the line into negatives that could cause her much grief and sorrow later, if not corrected now? This is the challenge before us as educators and parents to our children, even to the child within ourselves. So we search the chart with an eye for potential problem areas that could disrupt, hinder or block the child's best expression. We devise how to turn them around. We take note of the positive potential and see how, like a good seed, it can be nurtured to bring forth the ripest fruit on time.