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Preparing for Adolescence – A Planning Guide for Parents

Why don’t you trust me? Why do you tell me what I can’t wear? Why do you always correct my manners? If you’re hearing those kinds of questions from your children — or if you know that you’re going to — you will find this guide informative. It explains how you can keep your children’s adolescence from being dominated by rebellion and conflict, and how to give your children clear moral direction. Includes a question-and-answer section to help you plan for troubles before they arise.

James B. Stenson, the keynote speaker at PIFE’s Parent Leadership conference in February 2007, has written a number of books for parents.  You can find more material on Mr. Stenson’s website.

James B. Stenson
Scepter, 2001. ISBN: 1889334359

 

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Preparing for Peer Pressure – A Guide for Parents of Young Children

Educator James Stenson provides a solid framework for instilling sound values in your children well before they reach age twelve. He shows you how to avoid common mistakes parents make that result in their children’s malformation, explains how to detect signs of weakness of character in your children, and helps you develop strategies for forming your children’s character while respecting their freedom.

James B. Stenson, the keynote speaker at PIFE’s Parent Leadership conference in February 2007, has written a number of books for parents.  You can find more material on Mr. Stenson’s website.

James B. Stenson
Scepter, 2001. ISBN: 1889334367

 

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Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters – 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know

The most important person in a young girl’s life? Her father.  Teen health expert Dr. Meg Meeker has the data and clinical experience to prove it. After more than twenty years of counseling girls, she knows that fathers, more than anyone else, set the course for their daughters’ lives.

Meg Meeker M.D.
Ballantine Books; 1 edition (Aug. 28 2007)
ISBN-10: 0345499395

 

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Successful Fathers: The Subtle but Powerful Ways Fathers Mold Their Children’s Characters

A treasure trove of gems for all fathers to become better at parenting, to learn the importance of their role in the home and in the formation of their children’s lives. It takes hard work to become a good father, and one of the most formidable obstacles confronting fathers is the difficulty of finding good guidance on fatherhood. This booklet gives men much-needed directions on problems fathers face, and reveals twelve commandments of successful fathers: how good fathers raise their children well. Veteran educator James Stenson shows how to defuse adolescent boys’ defiance and how to form positive father-daughter relationships.

James B. Stenson, the keynote speaker at PIFE’s Parent Leadership conference in February 2007, has written a number of books for parents.  You can find more material on Mr. Stenson’s website.

James B. Stenson
Scepter, 2001. ISBN: 1889334375

 

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To Be a Father: 200 Promises That Will Transform You, Your Marriage, and Your Family

Washington economist and father of eight Stephen Gabriel delivers a short, concise, and concrete book a father can sink his teeth into. He says, “We are meant to tackle this program one promise at a time. Fortunately, most of us fathers are not so terribly inept that we have to start from scratch on all 200 promises. We are probably doing reasonably well on a number of them already. So, it’s not such an onerous feat. Yet, it’s good to revisit all of them from time to time and see which ones resonate. If we are sensitive to that inner voice of accusation, we’ll know what we have to work on next.”

Stephen Gabriel
Spence Publishing, 2006. ISBN: 189062666X

 

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