Instant Parenting: How to Be a Good Parent and Raise a Child with Fewer Conflicts Instantly!
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From the very first moment they're born into your arms, your kids instantly become the apple of your eyes, and you would do anything for them. But as much as you love them and would give the world to them, let's be honest, raising a child is no quick walk in the park.
There will be times of conflict, difficulty, and tension along the way - not to mention that rebellious streak of teen years. Driven by the need to get whatever they want whenever they want and the need to fit in to be cool and popular - then playing the guilt card and blaming you for not loving them enough for not giving in to their demands - can wreak havoc on any parent's nerves.
You can blame it on pop culture, but remember...you, as a parent, need to be their GPS (guided parental system), guiding them in a world they think they know into a well-respected, successful individual and a good outstanding citizen. That's the biggest the priority of a parent and the biggest prize you can offer to your kid(s). They need you to!
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This audio book gives you the tools to help you become a better parent. It tells you how to be an effective parent; how to better communicate with your children, and to control the volume of your voice. It also talks about maintaining your composure and being able to control your emotions first. It's never a good idea to get into a yelling match with your child, no one ever wins.
Each chapter hold invaluable advise on what we as parents need to do to raise our child to become the best person they can be. As this book points out, and I think some parents have forgotten, we are ultimately responsible for the way our children turn out. This book makes a good point, our child are our legacy, the way we raise them will reflect on us. What kind of adults do we as parents want to unleash on society? Good, law abiding citizens.
No matter if you're a new parent or not, this book is has a wealth of information to improve your parenting skills.