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Raising Children Who Make Right Choices

5.0 of 5 stars 5.00  ·  rating details  ·  2 ratings  ·  2 reviews
Growing up, I had no experience in dealing with children. I didn't have baby-sitting experience, and I didn't have friends who had little siblings. so when I gave birth to my first child I had a horrible revelation. This child came with no owner's manual. I didn't know what to do.

That realization, along with my desire to be the best Mom possible, started my search for info
Paperback, 1, 221 pages
Published July 15th 2012 by Diane Tohline
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Disclaimer... I'm the author's husband.

This book is written from experience, and the results prove out that the practical guidelines provided in this book really work. Three grown children, making right decisions, and following their God-given callings.

My oldest daughter (an elementary school teacher) has taken the Christian concepts discussed in this book into the public school system. Her first two weeks with a new class is spent largely on developing a class culture of personal responsibility
Feb 15, 2013 Jennifer rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Christian Parents
I definitely appreciate the practical aspects that this book has to offer. In an "Anything Goes" world, if we want extraordinary children and to have them grow into extraordinary adults, then the current wave of parenting doesn't line up. This is a hands on approach to instilling a sense of responsibility to children for their actions as they continue to grow- a concept that is largely lacking in our society that is tending to create people of entitlement and people who blame anyone and anything ...more
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