|Publisher:||Character Development Group, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x (d)|
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With an unusual a blend of East and West it comes down squarely on the side of the family and of the fundamental virtues while bringing the student through a very comprehensive overview of the themes of love, character, family and sexuality.
This book is an important contribution to a growing national consciousness. It should be read by everyone, for their own sake and for the love of children. (Harville Hendrix, Ph.D. Author, Getting the Love You Want)
Caring parents and educators will benefit enormously from this insightful, responsible, research-based analysis. (Stephen R. Covey, Ph.D. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I found the topics, the foundations of character education, the family as the school of love, and challenges facing the youth, as very important in basically creating good heart and character. I applaud the authors who hail from excellent institutions such as the International Educational Foundation, Harvard University, and the most important forum of all, the family. The timing of the book is excellent since we are in a time of such a poverty of morality and confidence, and wealth in the corruption of the soul. When politics and business appear to demonstrate that one can get ahead by not cultivating heart and character, the youth especially need to know that what appears to be getting ahead is only a very wrong path towards an unseeing end. The title of the book is what is needed so much in our civil societies and communities, and this book would benefit all of us. Most importantly, the book speaks of causes and the resolution of conflict in very understandable language that would be of use of all readers. Thank you for giving me a chance to read about how one cultivates heart and character.
One-stop shopping for theories that advocate character, marriage & family, and prevention education. The natural desire to love and be loved is recognized in this text as a core motivating force in character development, as is the universal desire to live a meaningful life. You¿ll find ideas and practical ways to foster character and emotional intelligence, good relationships and social responsibility.