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How Can I Help? Gods Calling For Kids. In Raising Great Kids, counselors and best-selling authors Henry Cloud and John Townsend give parents a means of raising children successfully, using the biblical principles of grace and truth rather than the twin extremes of permissiveness and overcontrol.
In conjunction with MOPS Mothers of Preschoolers International , the authors provide a parenting resource that includes both developmental and biblical perspectives. This workbook helps parents of preschoolers apply the principles described in Raising Great Kids. The workbook can be used individually or in a group setting. Henry Cloud, Dr. Related Products. Raising Great Kids, softcover Dr.
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Meantime, make it clear that you expect them to study through college, too. We've all heard of parents whose marriages were failing but who decided to stay together for the sake of the kids.
This close relationship is what motivates kids to cooperate and to accept their parents' rules and role-modeling. It protects family time from the unending distractions of life in the digital age. And you look and you think, why do my kids act like alley cats Laughter and want to scratch each other's eyes out, when these kids like love? Unfortunately, that might get you a label called "mean mom" Chuckling or "mean dad. This workbook helps parents of preschoolers apply the principles described in Raising Great Kids.
That might be admirable, but it matters more that they have good relationships with each parent, and with siblings if they have any. I certainly remember my mom drilling me on multiplication tables as a kid.
Not kidding: " Three nines? Two sixes? Five fifteens? You've probably read about the idea of adopting a growth mindset versus a fixed or scarcity mindset. Short version: For your kids, you want a growth mindset. You want them to view failure, which happens to all of us, as a chance to learn and grow--not as an ending. In other words, don't worry. If you want your kids to behave a certain way, the most likely way to make it happen is to model good behavior. The second most effective way might be to model really bad behavior and let them learn from your mistakes.
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But I'm going to suggest the first idea. Gillett and Baer have a few other research-based recommendations, too. I take issue with two of them, for different reasons.
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