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The Winning Family: Increasing Self-Esteem in Your Children and Yourself Hardcover – June 1, 1987
From Library Journal
Hart focuses on the role played by communication skills in children's development of self-esteem. She points out that faulty communication skills may lead to low self-esteem, then indicates what communication techniques increase self-esteem. She also examines the role of parents in increasing self-esteem: since most parents instinctively raise their children as they themselves were raised, they often repeat negative patterns that can enforce low self-esteem. Hart explains how to break away from such patterns. An inspiring book that can improve the quality of family life. Mary L. Kirk, Univ. of North Carolina , Wilmington, Lib.
Copyright 1987 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"As an elementary school guidance counselor, The Winning Family is the number one book I recommend." -- Celeste, elementary school guidance counselor
"Even with two small children under the age of 3, I read this book in only a few days. I couldn't put it down, and when I did I couldn't wait to pick it up again!" -- Lisa, mother
"I am a recovering alcoholic and this book has helped me very much. My self-esteem has really gone up, and so has my boys. We are able to love each other like never before. I keep this book very close and study it daily along with the Big Book of A.A. So with my Higher Power and these powerful books I'm able to face life on life's terms." -- Anonymous
"I use this book all the time in counseling suicidal teenagers. I have several copies so I can use them at home with my own children. My copies are all marked up from constant use." -- Dr. Don Burchfield
"The Winning Family is a book you will return to again and again for Hart's reassuring words, lighthearted confidence in the love of parents for their children and down-to-earth ideas about making the parenting journey a path of self-discovery." --Hand in Hand, Julianne Idleman --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.