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The 10 Commandments Of Parenting

Author : Ed Young
ISBN : 0802479898
Genre : Religion
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New moms and dads always have the same reaction: 'I had no idea it would be this hard!' But you can make it a little easier,and a lot more rewarding,simply by following The 10 Commandments of Parenting. In words that are clear, simple, and sometimes humorous, Ed Young draws from decades of counseling and raising his own children to help you created a biblical foundation for life's greatest challenge and most important calling.The 10 Commandments of Parenting includes: 1. Thou Shalt Build a Functional Family 2. Thou Shalt Love Thy Children 3. Thou Shalt Model Godliness 4. Thou Shalt Teach Thy Children 5. Thou Shalt Spend Time With Thy Children 6. Thou Shalt Discipline Thy Children 7. Thou Shalt Encourage Thy Children 8. Thou Shalt Provide Stability and Security for Thy Children 9. Thou Shalt Have the Sex Talk With Thy Children 10. Thou Shalt Not Be a Passive Parent

The 10 Commandments Of Marriage The 10 Commandments Of Parenting Set

Author : Ed Young
ISBN : 9780802482907
Genre : Religion
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This set includes The 10 Commandments of Marriage and The 10 Commandments of Parenting. In The 10 Commandments of Marriage, Ed Young uses his decades of experience counseling couples to provide ten commandments for a lifelong marriage that sizzles. God wants your marriage to be nothing short of incredible. And it could all begin with this amazing book. In The 10 Commandments of Parenting, Ed Young draws from decades of counseling and raising his own children to help you create a biblical foundation for life's greatest challenge and most important calling. New moms and dads always have the same reaction: 'I had no idea it would be this hard!' But you can make it a little easier,and a lot more rewarding,simply by following The 10 Commandments of Parenting. The 10 Commandments of Parenting includes: 1. Thou Shalt Build a Functional Family 2. Thou Shalt Love Thy Children 3. Thou Shalt Model Godliness 4. Thou Shalt Teach Thy Children 5. Thou Shalt Spend Time With Thy Children 6. Thou Shalt Discipline Thy Children 7. Thou Shalt Encourage Thy Children 8. Thou Shalt Provide Stability and Security for Thy Children 9. Thou Shalt Have the Sex Talk With Thy Children 10. Thou Shalt Not Be a Passive Parent

The 10 Commandments Of Marriage

Author : Ed Young
ISBN : 9780802480057
Genre : Religion
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In words that are profound, often humorous, but always biblical, Ed Young draws from decades of counseling couples to provide ten commandments for a lifelong marriage that sizzles. God wants your marriage to be nothing short of incredible. And it could all begin with this amazing book.

The Ten Commandments Of Christian Parenting

Author : David E. Miller (Ph. D.)
ISBN : 188392815X
Genre : Families
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This guide presents the "do's and don'ts" of raising children in light of the gospel. These commandments are readily understood and parents can begin applying them today. Dr. Miller presents realistic and loving "commandments" on what is best for the family--showing parents how to nurture their children's self-esteem, values, and faith.

Forthcoming Books

Author : Rose Arny
ISBN : UOM:39015060466151
Genre : American literature
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Parenthood By Proxy

Author : Laura Schlessinger
ISBN : 0060191252
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Entreats parents to involve themselves in their children's hearts, minds, and souls, to cherish and protect them, and to commit the essential task of teaching them right from wrong.500,000 first printing.

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043228
Genre : American literature
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Making Families Work And What To Do When They Don T

Author : Terry S Trepper
ISBN : 9781136373121
Genre : Medical
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Making Families Work and What To Do When They Don't offers specific recommendations for increasing family harmony through more effective parenting practices. This important new book helps parents improve family understanding and relationships by reducing the emotional interference--anger, betrayal, guilt, shame, and fear--that blocks healthier and happier family connections. Each chapter is laced with knowledge and therapeutic humor that examine dimensions to family living in a way that helps parents lighten up a little rather than tighten up a lot. Parents will find that encouraging family members to take one another less seriously increases their opportunities for more constructive interactions. Marital and family counselors, social workers, psychologists, guidance counselors, psychiatrists, and other human service professionals can use the valuable information in this book to help families view their interfamilial relationships more objectively and to take each other less seriously, creating more constructive interactions and happier, stronger relationships. Therapists will learn to encourage clients to question and challenge conventional ideas of the family that often lead to demands, exaggerations, irrational expectations, personalizations, and self- and other judgments, all of which contaminate the family relationship. Using the scientific principles of rational thinking, Author Bill Borcherdt questions the relationship between parents and their children and the degree of influence parents have over their children. He places the focus on a parental advocacy model by which parents are encouraged to give themselves some emotional slack and to develop a sense of humility for what they can and cannot do for their children. This starts the process of family members learning what to realistically expect and accept from one another. Borcherdt shows readers that by taking the sacredness and “golden” rules out of the definitions of family living, emotional upset and oppositional behavioral obstacles can be minimized and more emotional well-being and family fulfillment can be experienced. Each chapter in Making Families Work and What To Do When They Don't is lined with knowledge and therapeutic humor that examines dimensions of family living in a way that assists families in loosening up a little rather than tightening up a lot. This improves family members’understanding of and relationships among one another by reducing the emotional interference--feelings of anger, betrayal, guilt, shame, fear--that blocks healthy, happy family connections and by offering specific practical recommendations for increasing family harmony. Through his analyses of 30 topics of family living, presented under the umbrella of learning what to realistically expect of imperfect parents of imperfect children in an imperfect world, Borcherdt reveals to readers that: individuals are active participants in creating their own emotional problems and disturbances people exaggerate the significance of past family disturbances emotional slack and fewer unrealistic demands of self and others leads to a happier family family members often disturb themselves unnecessarily by escalating family values into sacred demands families don't shape character, they reveal it Unlike other books about family living, Making Families Work and What To Do When They Don't analyzes the dysfunctional ideas that family members hold about themselves and others rather than the dysfunctional relationships that naturally exist between fallible human beings. In this guidebook, readers learn creative, new ways of approaching old family problems,and they gain succinct explanations of how they can help their own and other families do things differently and do different things to improve emotional and behavioral well-being within the family.

Secrets Of A Jewish Mother

Author : Jill Zarin
ISBN : 9781101532539
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A Real Housewife of New York City reveals the Jewish mother's secrets to life, love and happiness. The Jewish Mother knows what she wants-and what you should want too. Here, readers will learn how to make her methods their own, and give and get love and happiness in great amounts. Jill Zarin, the breakout star of Bravo's hit series The Real Housewives of New York, teams up with her sister, Lisa Wexler, award-winning host of the daily radio program The Lisa Wexler Show, and her mother, the estimable Gloria Kamen, who made a splash on Jill's series last year. With real-life stories from the mother/daughter trio illustrating their wise and witty tips on dating, marriage, money, and more, Secrets of a Jewish Mother is all the advice readers didn't know they needed but will never forget.

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ISBN : 0835250199
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