Books

Dr. Guarendi focuses on the day-to-day practices and attitudes that make successful families work. It presents the voices of real people and offers solutions that really work. Dr. Ray Guarendi with David Eich Fireside, 1991. ISBN: 0671745999   [su_button...

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An experienced parent and teacher gives practical direction on how to teach children of all ages the human virtues: generosity, fortitude, optimism, perseverance, orderliness, responsibility, respect for others, sincerity, modesty, moderation, flexibility, loyalty,...

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Compass summarizes the lessons and experiences of parents to help them succeed as leaders for their children. The author relates thirty years of experience with parents who have lived as great leaders in family life and have succeeded with their sacred mission: to...

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Jim Stenson explores how Fathers exercise their powerful and particularly masculine contribution to family life. He explains the main obstacles in today’s society that undercut a Father’s teaching role, and tells men what they could do to overcome them. Within this...

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In this book, Andrew Mullins argues that parents need to help build character: it does not just evolve. He explores how to encourage young people to think independently and make choices that are good for themselves and others. In his experience, young people are...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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From the moment a mother holds her newborn son, his eyes tell her that she is his world. But often, as he grows up, the boy who needs her simultaneously pushes her away. Calling upon thirty years of experience as a pediatrician, Meg Meeker, M.D., a highly sought after...

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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...

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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...

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Jim Stenson says that there’s no magic formula that will turn you into a good parent, but that you can learn from other parents – and avoid many pitfalls by planning ahead for parental challenges that are sure to come. He provides a framework for discussing important...

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