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100 Ways To Happy Children

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Tim Sharp thwarts prescriptive parenting and installs his positive techniques, derived from cutting-edge world research, to simplify the enigma of parenting. Designed for accessibility, this book gives clear and simple advice on how to develop a happy family.
Paperback, 168 pages
Published December 21st 2010 by Penguin Australia (first published December 31st 2009)
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Michael Sharp is a sociologist (a PhD from the University of Alberta), a "mystic," a husband, a father, and a teacher. he was raised Catholic but gave up religion and spirituality at an early age (age 8) primarily because of all the (emotional, psychological, and physical) violence and hypocrisy that he. For decades he floated between a materialist atheism totally hostile to all forms of spiritual ...more
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