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My Goodness: My Kids: Cultivating Decency in a Dangerous World

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Raising good kids can save the world. Good kids can help make the world a kinder, safer place. Kids who are raised to be good--above and beyond any other characteristic--mature into adults who display honor and integrity in their daily lives. Children who value goodness don't cheat on a test to get into the college of their choice. They don't steal candy from the grocery s ...more
Paperback, 190 pages
Published April 1st 2008 by Grassroots Publishing Group Inc
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Linda B
Jun 13, 2009 rated it it was amazing
There are all kinds of parenting books on the market written by doctors and psychologists, but who is better qualified to write a parenting book than a good and successful parent? This is a mom-view book, written by a parent who takes on the most important role of a parent – to instill goodness and decency in their children.

The book is filled with good, common-sense parenting skills and includes a wide variety of topics that covers the baby years through the teens. Never a simple “how to” book,
Carol Evans
Feb 23, 2009 rated it liked it
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I think a lot of Aharoni's book has to do with treating kids like people, like participating family members. There are definitely some ideas I will try to utilize in t he future. One is teaching kids to argue, not based solely on feelings, but on reasonable well-formed arguments, with supporting facts, and to accept other people arguing back, reasonably.
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