Most of the books had a few good ideas, but while full of great philosophies, were basically useless in real-time.
I was amazed what kind of results I could achieve when I was able to discipline in a way that was kind and firm at the same time and mutually respectful.
Kids don't come with instructions, but every now and then, somebody comes along with ideas that really make sense and work.
the pages were folded and wrinkled when I received it in the mail....this was a gift that I'm too embarrassed to givePublished 10 days ago by turners#1nana
DO NOT BUY!! It is a cheap copy. It is MP3 and mine only came with the intro and first three chapters (39 files total and I think the 3rd chapter was cut short, it circled back to... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Jennifer E. Dittmer
A must read for teachers and parents. Great tips, easily understood and applied and based on current brain research.Published 1 month ago by MCD
This is a fundamental book about understanding common mistakes we make as mothers, fathers, parents, teachers. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lipsi
You can not go wrong with this method of common sense parenting. This model of discipline aligns with my Christian belief system, but is not is not presented as such. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lisa
great book. if you can get through it. should get the tape if you can.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I taught a class on this and provided a book for each person.Published 2 months ago by Michele Owsley