Raising Your Child Not by Force But by Love For many families as children appraoch young adulthood an emotional rift appears between parents and their children Sometimes the two generations can barely speak together without creating severe ten

  • Title: Raising Your Child, Not by Force But by Love
  • Author: Sidney C. Craig
  • ISBN: 9780664244132
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • For many families, as children appraoch young adulthood an emotional rift appears between parents and their children Sometimes the two generations can barely speak together without creating severe tension and antagonism In this book, Sidney Craig seeks to help the parents of adolescents relate to their children and have a positive impact in their lives Craig states thatFor many families, as children appraoch young adulthood an emotional rift appears between parents and their children Sometimes the two generations can barely speak together without creating severe tension and antagonism In this book, Sidney Craig seeks to help the parents of adolescents relate to their children and have a positive impact in their lives Craig states that in order for the problem of adolescent delinquency to be solved, parents must find the courage to draw on their religious heritage.

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    1. Wrote a detailed review only to have my three year old decided to play PBS kids on the window I had opened and lost the whole thing. Here goes round two :)I loved this book! It has helped me in my parenting. Its explains ways to build feelings of love between you and your child, rather than feelings of anger or resentment.The book explains that most of the delinquent youth/adults and those who turn to drugs and violence often come from the most structured homes with the most organized and discip [...]

    2. The culture of parenting has always fascinated me; how should I act? what should I do? How do I get my child to do this? This book is written by a psychologist who has experience seeing families with problems, it is based on his experiences that he extends his ideas about raising children. He maintains that "delinquency" is a disease produced by mismanaged feelings. He supports five ideas basic in Christian-Judeo beliefs: 1)Follow the Golden Rule 2) Maintain unswerving faith in the basic goodnes [...]

    3. I would really give this book 4 stars because it has a few perspectives I disagree with and is not well written. But the overall message was so helpful to me as a mother, and gave me a push in the exact direction I needed to go. It helped me so much as a young mother of 2 boys that it lead my path toward an old mother of 6 who still refers to it. This book, combined with Dr. Glenn Latham is like parenting magic!

    4. I'm giving this book five stars not because it is excellent writing, but because I took a few ideas from it that have changed the way I view my parenting and it has left me happier and better for reading it.

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