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Excellent parenting advice. As a school counselor for 36 years, I would highly recommend it to any parent wishing to gain perspective on their children, and themselves.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
We are raising an entitled generation. The question is - Will they take care of us when we get old? Probably not...Published 1 month ago by "Lady!"
Most of people who are or want to be parents should have it in theirs library.
Could be an exellent guide for healthy parenting.
Oh my....a MUST READ for parents in THIS generation!!! Especially those families where there is entitlement and privilege. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Like most research books, it can be difficult to get through, but it is written for normal people, not researchers. Read morePublished 2 months ago by H Rose
I thought this was a very thought provoking book. Children often have to much stuff and too much time and wind up in trouble or without a good self esteem. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kindle Customer
This book confirms observations I've made as a parent and as someone raised in the burbs. I want to stand down as my kids stand up and this book gives some great tips on how to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Prissy
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|Is it really only rich kids who are influenced by the culture of affluence?||
I heard the author speak on "The Diane Rehm Show" this morning, and she explained that in her view "affluence" doesn't necessarily correlate to the wealth of a family as much as it does to parents' values. I think you are absolutely right that plenty of people who... Read More
Jul 18, 2006 by S. H. | See all 3 posts
|Why is affluence the culprit? What happens in the schools?||
Sorry, but you are sadly mistaken. I'm a student at an affluent school. By no means do we get "easy tests" to get "easy grades," if anything, it's the opposite. I have yet to read the book, but I have it on reserve at the library, so I'm not quite sure what exactly the main... Read More
May 17, 2009 by A. Gift For You | See all 2 posts
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