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Mormon Parenting Secrets: Time-Tested Methods for Raising Exceptional Children

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Members of the Mormon Church have long been recognized for strong family values. Mormon Parenting Secrets: Time-Tested Methods for Raising Exceptional Children contains basic parenting principles that people of any faith can utilize to more effectively connect with their children.

Author Flint Stephens explains that like most parents, he and his wife struggled with the pare
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Paperback, 150 pages
Published 2011
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LaDawn
Jan 02, 2012 LaDawn rated it really liked it
Shelves: non-fiction, 2011
This was a quick and easy parenting book to read. The principles discussed are basic and not much different than other parenting books, but presented in an interesting manner.

And it's written for anyone of any denomination, not just "mormons."
You'll find that the 'secrets' aren't that secret, and they are not that difficult to follow!
Alisha
Mar 23, 2012 Alisha rated it it was amazing
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Really sound advice on parenting and strategies to help you raise successful children. Comparing life today to how it was in the 1800's, and the differences in the way children act really helps you understand that children need work, responsibility, and morals now more then ever. These basic principles used to be raised into children with very little effort due to the fact that either they did it, or the whole family suffered and survival would be jeopardized. Simple techniques for how to simula ...more
James
Mar 27, 2012 James rated it really liked it
I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads.

The book has many great ideas and solutions to raising children in today's world. It isn't just something that applies to Mormon's exclusively. Anyone who is wanting to raise their children and have good morals and a sensible approach to life might find this information quite valuable. Many topics are covered through story and also how the church regards the matter. I find this to be a worth-while read Mormon or not.
Nicholeen
Jun 05, 2012 Nicholeen rated it really liked it
This book is timely and brings up some great old values which need to make a comeback in our selfish society. I felt like the ideas presented in this coupled with the self-government principles in "Parenting A House United" would make a great recipe for parenting success for today's families. Stephens had great stories and quotes which added to the easy experience. The reading is light, but worthwhile.
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Flint Stephens worked as an editor and journalist for newspapers in Illinois and Utah. He also does freelance writing for newspapers and magazines.

He has also worked as an executive in international business. From 1990 to 1995 he worked in Russia, Ukraine and Romania. He lectured to Russian business people about free market principles.

He is currently a licensed financial adviser.

Flint enjoys fis
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