Raising Children One Day at a Time: A Daily Survival Guide for the Committed Parent (365 Meditations)

Raising Children One Day at a Time: A Daily Survival Guide for the Committed Parent (365 Meditations)

by Thomas Wright
     
 

For every parent who has gone the extra mile and made every possible attempt at doing the best they can in the raising of their children — there is a special book that can add a new flavor to their efforts. Here are 365 fantastic readings ("meditations") that can be reading in two or three minutes and put to work immediately. The readings cover topics and

Overview

For every parent who has gone the extra mile and made every possible attempt at doing the best they can in the raising of their children — there is a special book that can add a new flavor to their efforts. Here are 365 fantastic readings ("meditations") that can be reading in two or three minutes and put to work immediately. The readings cover topics and issues parents of children from elementary through high school face each and every day: fear, cheating, respect, jealousy, pride, faith, temptation, guilt, sex, sharing, self-confidence, embarrassment, crisis, and anger (to name only a few). The author, a respected expert on dysfunctional family relationships and the special needs of children, is packed with practical solutions to everyday problems every family faces. A basis theme appears throughout the book: committed parents putting the recommendations to work will help their children in handling future situations and grow as parents. There is also a respect for God found throughout the pages of the book — a reference that the author isn't shy about promoting. Committed parents don't need lecturing and this book will reveal its message through highly effective meditations that will stand the test of time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780970844415
Publisher:
D C Press
Publication date:
01/28/2010
Pages:
408
Product dimensions:
6.08(w) x 8.96(h) x 0.86(d)

Meet the Author

Thomas Wright is a family therapist, teacher, and writer with more than two decades of experienceworking with individuals and families. He holds a degree in theology from Southern MethodistUniversity and is on the faculty of the Alfred Adler Graduate School of Minnesota. Tom is a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists. He shares iscounseling practice with his wife Judy. They are the parents of three grown children and reside inMinneapolis, MN.

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