Over the last few days, I've been handling a situation with my oldest son. He's 18 years old and he's dealing with a fight that happened here in our community that involved his friends.
My son called me from somewhere in about 12:30 am the other evening and explained to me that a group of his friends had been jumped.
I dug into the details a little bit more.
His friends had gone to meet a another group of kids to watch a one on one fight to settle something that had escalated at a McDonald’s parking lot earlier that evening; one of these stupid teenage dramas that sadly escalated to a point of no return.
His friends showed up at the designated fight location, and apparently all of them ended up getting jumped by a large(r) group of kids.
The situation turned pretty bad.
A baseball baseball bat had hit a kid’s head, a knife was involved in a stabbing, someone got hit with a hammer with the claw side of a framing hammer and these boys got beat...
In this episode I want to challenge you to ask yourself what I call threatening questions.
These are questions that as a parent, we don't want to face … they are dark. They are questions we may not even know to ask ourselves.
JUNE 28TH, 2019
I discovered a critical weakness that 82% of fathers have after training over 5,000 children, over 20 years.
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