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TALK: A Practical Approach to Cyberparenting and Open Communication Paperback – February 19, 2017
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About the Author
Mandy Majors grew up in a small Indiana town and graduated from Indiana University with a BA in political science and criminal justice. She’s been happily married to her best friend, Matt, for seventeen years, and together they’re raising two kids (ages nine and thirteen) in a quaint little Texas community. Mandy is the founder and executive director of nextTalk, a nonprofit organization passionate about helping parents prepare for the next conversation with their children. You can connect with Mandy on Twitter @mandymajors or Facebook @authormandymajors.
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So often, when I read parenting books by Christian authors I often feel like I'm not Christian enough, or I'm doing it all wrong, and in order to get it right my family needs to wake up at dawn and have a family devotional. The tone of the book is not at all like that! The tone of "Talk" is positive, encouraging, and empowering. Again and again, the author gives personal examples and reasons why, but lovingly says your family, your choice.
"Talk" takes the reader through the process of how to establish open communication with your kids, and how not to have just one talk, but many talks about all the pertinent subjects facing our children, tweens, and teens. That's what has helped me so much--the teaching of an open, on going dialog with my kids.
The conversational style is easy to read. The tips are practical and easy to employ. The book is great for moms and dads. By far, the most life changing thing I learned from this book and this author is that when my child comes to me and tells me something hard to hear or confesses something, the most important thing is to not freak out, nor get angry; instead, say the words, "I'm so glad you told me this." It's called the parent filter. Just one of the many gems in this book.
Please do not hesitate buy this book today.
in this age of online cyber kids!
*I received an advance .pdf copy of the book in exchange for an honest review.