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Successful Parenting is an excellent primer on the most important characteristics of parents who raise healthy and happy children. Beginning with the biggest fears that parents report, the books deals with dynamics of what it takes to understand your child at the various ages of life, the 4 things all children need no matter what their age, the gift of consistency, the commitment of time, the blessing of spiritual nurture, establishing traditions, healthy boundaries at the various ages, dealing with difficulties, educational choices, teaching life skills that lead toward independence and more!
©2007 Larry J Koenig (P)2008 Oasis Audio

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  • Steve
  • 09-06-12

Great Basic Book. Broad but not deep

Great beginners guide for those on a journey to being a better parent. It covers many topics and has some good ideas mixed in. Also love all the recommendations to other books on each topic for those looking to go deeper or to the next level. Easy to listen to and learn from. If someone is looking for help on certain parenting topic, this book may not be the answer, if you just need a starting point on parenting, then this is truly the book to start with.

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  • Katrina
  • 08-07-12

Great Parenting Book

Wow, I felt this was a great parenting book! A lot of great information over a broad area of parenting issues. Plus, the narrator was awesome! He did a great job in telling the story without overdoing it which made listening to the information even better. I would definitely recommend this book and will add it to my parenting library to read again down the road.