How to Raise Kids You Want to Keep: The Proven Discipline Program Your Kids Will Love (And That Really Works!)

How to Raise Kids You Want to Keep: The Proven Discipline Program Your Kids Will Love (And That Really Works!)

by Jerry Day
     
 

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A daily challenge for today's parents is incorporating positive discipline techniques and practices that put an end to temper tantrums, defiance and meltdowns. Dr. Jerry Day helps parents develop practical methods that teach children a fundamental attribute: how to willingly live under authority. His successful methods are based on four key principles that parents… See more details below

Overview

A daily challenge for today's parents is incorporating positive discipline techniques and practices that put an end to temper tantrums, defiance and meltdowns. Dr. Jerry Day helps parents develop practical methods that teach children a fundamental attribute: how to willingly live under authority. His successful methods are based on four key principles that parents must instill in their relationships with their youngsters:

1. Tolerance and Acceptance
2. Respect and Admiration
3. Fun
4. Communication

The clear guidance and real-life success stories that distinguish How to Raise Kids You Want to Keep will help end, once and for all, the constant tug-of-war between parent and child.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402236006
Publisher:
Sourcebooks, Incorporated
Publication date:
10/01/2006
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
320
Sales rank:
1,055,474
File size:
2 MB

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The Secret

It seems like a secret. At least I rarely hear or read about the one thing that is essential to raising kids you want to keep. This book is about the one thing parents must support, teach, and do to raise children that they will be proud to keep. The secret is teaching your child to willingly live under parental authority. Until your child learns to live under your authority, there is little hope that he can, as an adult, effectively live under self-control in a society of laws and rules. If he doesn't learn to willingly submit to the authority of his parents, there will be unbearable strain and tension in the home, and likely in the classroom as well. However, children who do learn to live under their parents' authority can grow up to be adults who know how to live under self-control in a complex and demanding society. The adult reward is nothing short of marvelous!

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