SMART PARENTING: Raising Happy And Responsible Children in the 21st Century [NOOK Book]

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Attention: All full-pledged, would-be, and aspiring parents who want to give only the best for their children!

"Who Else Wants to Become the World's Greatest Mom or Dad Without Putting Yourself to Wit's...
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SMART PARENTING: Raising Happy And Responsible Children in the 21st Century

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Overview

Attention: All full-pledged, would-be, and aspiring parents who want to give only the best for their children!

"Who Else Wants to Become the World's Greatest Mom or Dad Without Putting Yourself to Wit's End in Raising Highly Successful Children?"

There is not a perfect parent in the world, but you can surely be the best parent your children can ever have. How will you do that? You must:

Comprehend what moves children's sentiment.
Anticipate their every tantrum.
Appreciate them as wonderful gifts and blessings.
Understand what your kids need or like.
Address all their challenges and emotions.

Surely, being an exceptionally learned parent is a vital responsibility in building a stable family. However, what you may not know is:

"Being a parent can both be fun and easy!"

From [YOUR NAME]

Dear Smart Parent,

Becoming an effective parent is a big task. Parents are expected to be fair, just, and always right. They are supposed to be caring and loving at all times. Moreover, it is always assumed that any parent would put their kids' welfare over their own, whatever the cost.

While it is true that new parents would suddenly develop a fatherly or motherly instinct right after the birth of their first child, it is not always right to let everything rely purely on instincts alone. There is such a thing as smart parenting, and it is supposed to be understood and internalized.


"Your children's needs changes over time."

Do not assume for a moment that your first-born's needs are the same as your third or fourth child. Consider their age gap; and then try to analyze the things that kids used to do then and what things influence the children of today. You will then understand that effective parenting is an ongoing learning process. And parents can learn a lot from their kids, too.

"You have to become a smart parent!"

Know the exact ways that any responsible parent would do in every given situation. Mold your children in a very precise but loving way towards the path they should take - the one that is right and good.

Then you can say that you have successfully played your part as a parent!

All children need encouragement and praise as they grow up. It makes them strive to do things better the next time around. It also shows them that what they do is being appreciated and admired by the very people who matter most to them - the parents!

Discipline must be carried out. It is a trait so important that it should be the cornerstone of parenthood. In fact, the hardest part of being a parent is that you must carry out discipline as you relay love and affection. Indeed, being a parent requires some skills!


"No doubt that clueless parents stop at nothing to become better at their missions!"

Because your children's future is in your hands, you should do everything under your power to give them only the best in the world. This does not only relate to material things. Values, virtues, knowledge, and principles have to be inculcated and taught to your children considerably.

And because the crucial job of parents is highly acknowledged, a report was prepared with the sole intention of teaching every aspiring parent on how to raise children the smart and effective way, so that these kids would have better chances of having a happy and successful future.


SMART PARENTING: Raising Happy And Responsible Children in the 21st Century is a must-read for all parents who want to raise success-bound kids.

This report is designed for parents of the new century. It is packed with all the necessary information that parents of today will surely need. It is updated with the current ideas and studies that pertain to parenting and child psychology.

This exciting report will bring out the best parent in you. It also tackles children's behavior from a psychological viewpoint. This will enable you to understand your children more and know why they engage in the things that they do.


SMART PARENTING: Raising Happy And Responsible Children in the 21st Century will teach readers:

What the children of the 21st century are like in general.
How to increase your chances of raising highly successful kids.
What encouragement, praises, and positive reinforcement do to children.
The things a parent should avoid so as not to spoil their kids.
How children can be subjected to unnecessary pressure by demanding parents.
The negative effects of unreasonable demands by parents to their children.
How to know if you are a demanding parent.
How to teach the value of obedience, sincerity, order, and justice to kids.
The best way to talk to your children.
How to build your children's self-esteem.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012394668
  • Publisher: Lou Diamond
  • Publication date: 3/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 892 KB

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