Maximum Strength Parenting

Maximum Strength Parenting

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Welcome to the town of a€œMaximum Strength Parenting, a€ a happy little place where youa€™ll have a lot to do, a lot to think about, and a lot of fun! a€œMaximum Strength Parentinga€ is the art of using all of your gifts and knowledge in the most important and influential job you will ever have, parenting. A a€œMaximum Strength Parenta€ helps foster the growth of a a€œMaximum Strength Childa€, which is a child who enjoys the process of striving to his or her potential and acts with courage, consistency, responsibility, power, authority, flexibility, sound judgment, and humanity in his or her emotional, intellectual, spiritual, moral, and physical interactions with the world. a€œMaximum Strength Parentinga€ is the greatest gift you can give your child. In a€œMaximum Strength Parentinga€ we express our a€œFreedom of Speecha€ and our a€œFreedom to Teach, a€ but we stop well-short of the a€œFreedom to Preacha€ that is evident in so many a€˜parent-advicea€™ books of the day. Throughout a€œMaximum Strength Parentinga€ you will find rich information, balanced commentary, and consideration of nuanced points that will cause you to think more deeply about your positions (or perhaps re-think your positions) on countless topics of philosophical and practical importance in parenting. We also provide broad ranges of effective parenting strategies for you to choose from. Throughout these pages we have provided hundreds of little bits of insight, encouragement, strategy, inspiration, and solution options. From our hearts to yours, we hope you will find the ideas and strategies in Maximum Strength Parenting to be worthy companions on your lifelong journey of raising a Maximum Strength Child. Andrew Vaughan, Ph.D. Lauren Resnick, M.S., CCC, SLP, a Anne Long, M.S., Ed.In healthy relationships, the more we give the more we receive (e.g., love, knowledge, laughter, attention, appreciation, peace, joy, ... James Russell Lowell a€c Anyone can count the number of seeds in an apple; But no one can count the number of trees in a seed. ... If you have allowed yourself to become a€œboreda€ with something as common as a blade of grass, then I suggest that you have forgotten much.

Title:Maximum Strength Parenting
Author:Andrew Vaughan, Ph.D.; Lauren Resnick
Publisher:Xlibris Corporation - 2007-12-07


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