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He suggests "Five Messages of Positive Parenting" that will facilitate such a shift:
Although his parenting philosophy is not necessarily revolutionary (think "positive discipline"), Gray manages to keep this parenting primer contemporary by weaving in specific challenges of new-millennium families--such as our tendency to be consumer-driven and overscheduled. "When parents learn what their children really need, they are less motivated to create money to acquire things and more motivated to create time to enjoy their family," Gray writes. "The greatest wealth for a parent today is time." --Gail Hudson --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Awesome book. Saved my life when I was a single parent and have just bought it for a friend.Published 2 months ago by Gina Wells
If you are raising children you are cheating yourself if you don't read this book. I wish I would have had this info available when I was raising my childrenPublished 2 months ago by tom banfield
Great read a must for Parents, John Gray is an excellent adviser. If you are a Parent struggling to communicate with your kids you should read this book.Published 4 months ago by Ruzzo
I wish I had read this book 20 years ago when my children were young.Published 5 months ago by yvonne
I loved how fantastic this was. Really opened my eyes to wanting to find a better way to handle raising my children. I would recommend anyone read this.Published 6 months ago by Kimberlee Cope
OMG Had I read this book or listened to this CD years ago my daughters life would've
been so so much better. I took two parenting courses and read many books. Read more
Wanted to read this book for very long time. Finally I got my chance. Recommend to everybody who has children and keep this book always close by, because its like manualPublished 8 months ago by maria egorova
I love Mr. Grays ideas they are easy to follow and make a lot of sense. I have 2 kids with disability (one with a learning disability the other with Asperger's/autism). Read morePublished 10 months ago by Barbara