The Encouraging Parent: How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids and Start Teaching Them Confidence, Self-Discipline, and Joy

The Encouraging Parent How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids and Start Teaching Them Confidence Self Discipline and Joy Provides a Parent Test to help parents evaluate their effectiveness in providing discipline fostering children s success maintaining effective communication and having a positive parenting attitude

  • Title: The Encouraging Parent: How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids and Start Teaching Them Confidence, Self-Discipline, and Joy
  • Author: Rod Wallace Kennedy
  • ISBN: 9780812933130
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Paperback
  • Provides a Parent Test to help parents evaluate their effectiveness in providing discipline, fostering children s success, maintaining effective communication, and having a positive parenting attitude.

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    866 thoughts on “The Encouraging Parent: How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids and Start Teaching Them Confidence, Self-Discipline, and Joy”

    1. The title sounds great, but this is a book written by a man with a Ph.D. in communications who has no academic or professional experience with children. It shows-- his tone is clearly that of the self-righteous parent who "did everything right" rather than someone who has experienced a wide range of childhood difficulties and problems. Frequently overly simple and self contradictory. Don't read the book, and certainly don't pay big bucks to attend one of his seminars.


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