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Parenting Teens with Love and Logic: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Adulthood

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2008

    Common Sense

    Without withholding due praise for the odd gem of old-fashioned common sense in there, this work seems to be mostly self-serving (constant mention of the 'Love and Logic' seminars, and how the parents in the presented scenarios could never have coped without them), and almost evangelical in its nature. There are frequent, unnecessary references to Biblical teachings. This book is actually sold as a Christian religious book by many retailers. The NavPress (see 'The Navigators')publish or published this one as one of their titles. However, there is no mention of any faith-based content in any advertising (or in the website, jacket, foreword, seminars advertisements etc.). I have no personal issue with faith/religion, but I prefer not to read missionary Christian based works. Had I known this was such I would not have bought this book. Foster Cline is considered by many to be the father of 'Attachment Therapy'. I would urge you to research this independently.

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