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Losing Control and Liking It: How to Set Your Teen (and Yourself) Free Paperback – January 1, 2009
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Discover the joys of cage-free parenting It's been drummed into your head: You have to make your kids turn out right. If you don't, what will people think? Worse, what disasters await if your child takes the wrong path? You try to control the outcome. You turn your home into a fortress, multiply the rules, or jump in to "fix" things the moment your teenager makes a poor choice. You wear yourself out with worry-and alienate your child to boot. The truth is that you can't make your kids turn out right. It's not even your job. In fact, your real role as a parent is much more rewarding, pleasant, and doable. Let experienced counselor and parent Tim Sanford show you how to give up your fears about your teenager's future-and the control you never really had. You'll discover the truth about how God parents His children, and it will set you free. You can turn your home from a battleground to a birthplace of freedom for you and your teen. You're about to lose control-and we think you'll like it.
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We have found so much of what Tim Sanford teaches to be true, and yet we find ourselves going back to this book again and again for reminders and encouragement when we are tempted to "clamp down" out of fear, when really we should be trusting not only our God, but the process that will occur naturally as all that we have taught and modeled over the year comes together with the God's current work in the life of our incredibly insightful, thoughtful, opinionated 17 year old.