A HOUSE THAT STANDS PROVEN PRINCIPLES FOR RESILIENT CHRISTIAN PARENTING

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A House That Stands

Author : Kathleen Jansohn
ISBN : 0578163179
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A House That Stands is a Christian parenting framework that provides parents with the tools, confidence, and motivation you need to build a resilient family that will stand strong together, no matter what you're facing now or what the future holds.
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Brave Parenting

Author : Krissy Pozatek
ISBN : 9781614291091
Genre : Family & Relationships
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How do we build resilient children who can handle life's challenges? As parents today, we often feel that our role is to protect our children from the world: to cushion them when they fall, to lift them over obstacles, and to remove sharp rocks from their path. But controling a child’s entire environment and keeping all pain at bay isn’t feasible—we can’t prepare the world for our children, so instead we should focus on preparing our children for the world. “The solution is not removing impediments from our children’s lives,” writes Krissy Pozatek, “it is compassionately encouraging them to be brave.” We need to show our kids how to navigate their own terrain. If our kids face small hurdles, small pains, at a young age and learn to overcome these obstacles, they will be much better equipped to face larger trouble later in life. Early lessons in problem solving teach self-confidence and self-reliance—and show us that our kids are tougher than we think. Krissy draws her lessons from her experience guiding children in wilderness therapy and from her Buddhist practice—showing us that all life is as unpredictable as mountain weather, that impermanence is the only constant, and that the most loving act a parent can do is fearlessly ready their child to face the wilderness. For parents of children of all ages.
Category: Family & Relationships

Peaceful Parenting

Author : Marianne Clyde
ISBN : 1482687976
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Being an effective parent is not based in technique, but in who you are as a person. Marianne Clyde, Licensed Marriage and family Therapist teaches parents step by step how to be secure in who they are and thus transfer that confidence and power to their children. Based on 10 essential principles, simple to understand and live out, this book enables parents to focus on the child's needs and create a safe, secure space for the child to thrive. Learn to address conflict and defiance with wisdom and self assurance. Learn to hear the unspoken messages behind the behavior. Learn to focus on the positives, rather than the negatives, thus eliciting more cooperation and healthy responses from your kids! Learn to be mindful, peaceful and powerful in your parenting. Marianne will walk you through it simply and effectively. If you follow these principles, your home will be more respectful, more peaceful and more fun.
Category: Family & Relationships

Gist

Author : Michael W. Anderson
ISBN : 1592986358
Genre : Family & Relationships
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GIST - Pediatrician, Timothy Johanson and Psychologist, Michael Anderson review and examine what the journey Lo adulthood entails, along with a clear look at those parenting efforts that have proven not to work over the years. Gist is a fascinating look at many aspects of life that wouldn't typically he associated with parenting. But, the result is a parenting approach that is effective, efficient, and enjoyable -whether parenting a toddler or a college student. Book jacket.
Category: Family & Relationships

Raising Resilient Children

Author : Robert Brooks
ISBN : 0809297655
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Two renowned child psychologists draw on a vast body of scientific literature and real-life anecdotes from their own practices to explain why some children are able to overcome overwhelming obstacles while others easily become victims of experience and environment.
Category: Family & Relationships

Building Confidence In Your Child

Author : Dr. James Dobson
ISBN : 9781493401215
Genre : Religion
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A solid sense of self-worth helps children make good choices, develop healthy relationships, and work to achieve their dreams. Based on a biblical understanding of human value, Building Confidence in Your Child teaches moms and dads how to parent positively to help their children grow into secure adults who are poised for success in life. Deftly balancing the principles of humility and pride, trusted author and parenting expert Dr. James Dobson offers practical pointers that break through the theories and get right down to the decisions parents have to make every day.
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9 Ways To Bring Out The Best In You Your Child

Author : Maggie Reigh
ISBN : 9781896836645
Genre : Religion
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This book is for every parents who recognises parenting as an important job in their life. It is a book about raising children full of spirit and life, and teaching them to be caring human beings. But it is also about parents learning how to empower themselves and their children and how to turn their power struggles into powerful relationships. This book offers nine valuable chapters on raising children who are respectful, responsible and resilient. Combining profound insights with practical ideas, this book will show parents how to encourage children to develop the courage to discover their own strengths and offer their gifts to others. The book is full of stories and examples that bring parenting tools and concepts to life. Parenting is a matter of the heart, it offers us the personal and spiritual growth opportunity of a lifetime, and this book allows parents to take full advantage of this opportunity while bringing out the best in their child.
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Raising A Secure Child

Author : Kent Hoffman
ISBN : 9781462528134
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Today's parents are constantly pressured to be perfect. But in striving to do everything right, we risk missing what children really need for lifelong emotional security. Now the simple, powerful "Circle of Security" parenting strategies that Kent Hoffman, Glen Cooper, and Bert Powell have taught thousands of families are available in self-help form for the first time.ÿ You will learn:ÿ *How to balance nurturing and protectiveness with promoting your child's independence.ÿ *What emotional needs a toddler or older child may be expressing through difficult behavior. *How your own upbringing affects your parenting style--and what you can do about it.ÿ Filled with vivid stories and unique practical tools, this book puts the keys to healthy attachment within everyone's reach--self-understanding, flexibility, and the willingness to make and learn from mistakes. Self-assessment checklists can be downloaded and printed for ease of use.
Category: Family & Relationships

Christianity And Developmental Psychopathology

Author : Kelly S. Flanagan
ISBN : 9780830895878
Genre : Religion
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2014 Midwest Publishing Association Award of Excellence (School Publishing) Since its origin in the early 1980s, the field of developmental psychopathology has become a highly influential framework for approaching the clinical treatment of children. Until now there has been no effort to integrate this framework with a Christian understanding of psychopathology. The essays in this volume break new ground by providing Christian mental health professionals with a theoretically and empirically sound basis for working with children, adolescents and families. Throughout the book, the authors explore three integrative themes, looking at children as divine gifts, as persons and as agents in their own development. Given the deep biblical and theological interest in children and the "least of these," there is great potential in this integrative work for mutual enrichment. Christian insights help to prevent the scientific study of the developmental process from being reductive. At the same time, research into the biological, sociocultural and psychological dimensions of human development can serve to inform and guide Christian practices of care and hospitality toward children and families. Christianity and Developmental Psychopathology makes an important contribution to a conversation that is still in its infancy.
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