Raising Children Who Think For Themselves


Its hard to be a parent these days. You are constantly competing with all sort of undesirable influences that stead your children’s attention and lure them away from what’s productive and positive. Trying to control what your children see or hear outside your home is a losing battle. But you can teach them to respond to it in the right way. Will your children question the authority of these influences or will they just obey? Will they contribute to their circle of friends’ beliefs and values or will they just conform to whatever is offered. If you think your job as a parent is to help your children become competent, confident and independent then this book has the answers you have been looking for.

Author: Medhus, Elisa
Additional Author: Barnes & Noble Books
ISBN: C3008
Count: 1
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