Parenting is more OJT (on the job training), since children are different, and so are parents. New parents tend to use the same rules, and repeat the same patterns (good or bad), in raising ‘kids.’ This is not always the case though, especially when coming from an abusive home. Sometimes you find a shift to the extreme where there is little correction and too much permissiveness. EXTREMES NEED TO BE AVOIDED and ‘balance’ needs to be found in “Raising ‘Kids’ Right.”
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Parenting can be frustrating at best, and challenges the best of parents, as children go through the different stages of growing up. Frustration causes us to lose sight of the ‘end game,’ and we read book after book, go to counselor after counselor, looking for help, only to be more discouraged by the feelings of being out of control. “YouTube,” is replete with funny (?) videos of children bossing and disrespecting their parents, when in reality, it is truly SAD!
“How to Raise ‘Kids’ Right,” presents a down to earth, Bible-based, practical, workable, and BALANCED plan to raise children. It is a breath of fresh air and will be a blessing to all who read and put the principles into practice consistently. You can rest assured that these principles will result in a home where you as a parent feel more in control, and children are happier. You will still have challenges, but the generational gap doesn’t have to get bigger by the day.
Times have changed, schools and government are becoming more intrusive… but the principles on “How to Raise ‘Kids’ Right,” have stood the test of time, and will bless you and your family.
The author’s unique way of communicating and reaching out through the ‘printed page’ as he shares his own experiences growing up as well as experiences shared in raising us ‘kids,’ will bring a ‘light at the end of the tunnel,’ as you strive to “Raise (your) ‘Kids’ Right.”