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This day-to-day collection contains 366 tips or "reflections" for battle-worn parents, one per dated page. True to ...
This day-to-day collection contains 366 tips or "reflections" for battle-worn parents, one per dated page. True to form, the reflections are often humorous, always common-sensical, and always thought provoking. Taken together, they illuminate the complex web that exists between child rearing, marriage, and the family.
Rosemond's philosophy harkens back to a simpler time when "because I said so," was the only reason a parent ever needed to give a child. Nothing has changed, says Rosemond. Successful parenting still calls for the same basic ingredients that worked for thousands of previous generations. By following his old-fashioned, common sense advice, parents can avoid raising children who are spoiled and sassy and deal effectively with daily problems as diverse as bedwetting and boredom, territoriality and television.
Posted March 29, 2003
I've been to lectures of Rosemond and seen him on PBS. This guy is right on!! We have gotten so caught up in trying to be Psychologist and not harm our kids egos and in the mean time they are ruling the household and looking at parents as equals.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.