You have heard the saying “Like father like son.” Often we can see the physical resemblence between fathers and their sons. But we can also see it in their behavior. This is also true of mothers and daughters. A child’s behavior often can be traced to the things they experience and learn from their parents. As adults, we say that we don’t want to be like our parents in certain ways. But hen the pressure is on, we default to that learned behavior unless we have intensionally taught ourselves other alternatives. The power of parental modeling is incrediably strong. What are your chilren learning from you?