Mothers can learn to worry less and fathers can learn to lead more with the book ‘New School Parents-Old School Parenting’ by Bryan and Carisma Rush. Does parenting seem harder today than it did in the past? For many new-school parents it definitely feels that way. Bryan and Carisma Rush of Rolla, MO have written a funny, practical and short book that relays the timeless, modest wisdom for parents to get their power back. Moms have more to worry about than ever before and their worry pertains to every facet of their child’s upbringing. Fathers seem to have drifted away from being the servant leaders of their children and risk losing their effectiveness in the home. This book uses humor, humility, and helpful tips to teach old school wisdom for today’s parents. New School Parents-Old School Parenting promotes the belief that time-tested, traditional parenting methods are the most effective way to raise children and keep your sanity. It is a rejection of the overwhelmingly frustrating new-aged ideas and a salute to the traditional parenting. The book empowers parents to lead, relax and raise their children to be adults; not perfect children. The book came together over much conversation with parents, grandparents, adult children and respective leaders about being modern day mommies and daddies. It collects the advice from wise, parents, grandparents and empty-nesters and presents it in a modest way to be helpful to new-school mothers and fathers. Included are hilarious stories, admissions, quotes, complaints, discoveries and solutions from current and graduated parents of young children. Readers will enjoy reading this book and relating to the genuine wisdom being relayed.